Online resource for college students, OnlineUniversities.com, published a list of the top 50 free STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) sources this week. That means at any given time, should you feel the urge to “get your math on” – there are at least 50 places you can go on the web to start learning. Let’s review what’s going on here:
1) Accessibility on the internet
2) Available science/math content that can be difficult to learn, so extra resources are always a plus
3) It’s free
That’s 3 good things in 1. What else do I need to say, really? College webcasts from Princeton and UC Berkeley; lectures from iTunesU and TED; tutorials from How-to-Geek and MuppetLabs; and other educational media await you. Go!