*Sorry about my bad english, I'm not a native english speaker.* To make a long story short, my university uses this book: http://www.amazon.ca/Electrical-Eng...068/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1319343705&sr=8-2" Unfortunately this class isn't teached using a normal approach, and we are supposed to learn everything by ourselves. That's right, we have no teacher. I find the book hard to follow and it seems to cuts corners. While I'm pretty sure all the important equations are found in the book, I'd like a serie of video lectures that would help me understand the material. I'm also open to recommendations for a 2nd book, I was told Principles and applications of Electrical Engineering by McGraw could be good as a self-teaching book. Thanks in advance for your suggestions, I was motivated to learn circuit analysis but the lack of teacher and the hard to follow book are discouraging me (and pretty much all of my classmates with no prior circuit knowledge) pretty badly.