MIT Open Courseware

For the past week, I’ve been teaching myself Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism for an exam I have to write this week.

This course is infamous as the toughest course in first year engineering. Thankfully, Professor Walter Lewin, a legendary physics professor from MIT, posted the entire lecture series online, and its incredible. His enthusiasm is contagious, his explanations are concise, and the demonstrations are memorable. Its almost as if he treats his lectures as a performance art.

This is not to bash my professors currently teaching the course, they are excellent as well, but Professor Lewin is a master lecturer.

This is the future of lectures.

The best teachers open sourcing their content for anyone to learn.

August 10, 2020

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