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  1. Sep 9, 2014 #1
    Hello, I was wondering what websites you would suggest for resources?
    Physics, mathematics, programming(any language), and engineering?

    By online resources I was thinking resources like wolfram mathworld. Any online resource as extensive as wolfram mathworld would be great.
     
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  3. Sep 10, 2014 #2

    Rocket50

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    Really depends on the level, but you might be interested in something like Khan Academy, MIT OCW and Coursera.
     
  4. Sep 10, 2014 #3

    jedishrfu

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  5. Sep 10, 2014 #4

    jtbell

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    You might try browsing our Physics and Math Learning Materials forums:

    https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=160 [Broken]

    https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=178 [Broken]
     
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  6. Sep 10, 2014 #5
    Not khan academy. I mean sites like wikipedia and wolfram mathworld.
     
  7. Sep 11, 2014 #6
  8. Sep 11, 2014 #7
    Search & dig for "MOOC" courses.

    I stumbled upon this modern concept a few months ago. Massive Online O-something C-something ("Courses"?). Academics design a learning course & post it for free. If you want some sort of "academic credit" then you pay for the exam and final grade it seems. Interesting concept that shoots a hole in the entire "academia requires bricks & mortar" concept. The one that impressed me was a course by a University of Michigan Computer Science Guy who developed a "how to program" course using the open source Python language.

    As an ol' skool graybeard, this concept kinda blew me away.
     
  9. Sep 11, 2014 #8
    @tygerdawg Can you please give me the links?
     
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