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All About MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Open Courses

"MIT has well over 1550 MIT courses available representing five MIT schools and over 34 departments."

All About MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Open Courses

There are many different free textbook and educational information for students of all ages.  Even for those who aren't enrolled in college.  Some of the colleges interested students can partake in are:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and this is one of the main colleges who took the time out to get involved with OER. Provost Robert A. Brown asked a committee consisting of fellow students, MIT Faculty and administrators.  MIT is one the top 10 success stories bringing out open source education to the masses.  Open access and open source education has changed the way colleges, instructors, prospective students, organizations use operating systems, online documents, and software for educational purposes only.

MIT has well over 1550 MIT courses available representing five MIT schools and over 34 departments.  MIT's main focus is to provide education to help in science, advancement of technology and other areas. 

The courses and departments involved:

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Anthropology

Architecture

Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation

Biology

Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Comparative Media Studies

Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

Economics

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Engineering Systems Division

Experimental Study Group

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Health Sciences and Technology

History

Linguistics and Philosophy

Literature

Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Media Arts and Sciences

Music and Theater Arts

Nuclear Science and Engineering

Physics

Political Science

Science, Technology, and Society

Sloan School of Management

Special Programs

Supplemental Resources

Urban Studies and Planning

Women's and Gender Studies

Writing and Humanistic Studies