Computer Science – Courses Learn about computer science from the best universities and institutions around the world.

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Data Science and Analytics in Context
Data Science and Analytics in Context
Learn the foundations of statistical thinking, the power of machine learning, and enabling technologies for data science.
ColumbiaX
Starting Soon
HTML5 from W3C
HTML5 from W3C
Learn HTML5 from W3C
W3Cx
Current
Systematic Program Design
Systematic Program Design
Learn a programming method that will allow you to develop programs that are clear, well tested, and easy for others to improve.
UBCx
Current
Implementing Real-Time Analytics with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight
Microsoft
DAT202.2x

Implementing Real-Time Analytics with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight

Current
Starts: November 2, 2015
Paradigms of Computer Programming – Abstraction and Concurrency
LouvainX
Louv1.2x

Paradigms of Computer Programming – Abstraction and Concurrency

Current
Starts: November 2, 2015
The Next Generation of Infrastructure
DelftX
NGIx

The Next Generation of Infrastructure

Current
Starts: November 2, 2015
Aplicaciones de la Teoría de Grafos a la vida real II
UPValenciaX
TGV201x.2

Aplicaciones de la Teoría de Grafos a la vida real II

Current
Starts: November 3, 2015
Introduction to Windows Server
Microsoft
INF201.12x

Introduction to Windows Server

Current
Self-Paced
Java程序设计 | Java Programming
PekingX
04830340x

Java程序设计 | Java Programming

Starting Soon
Starts: November 9, 2015
CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 3: Software Development
UPValenciaX
ISC101.3x

CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 3: Software Development

Starting Soon
Starts: November 10, 2015 – Self-Paced
Computing: Art, Magic, Science- Part II
ETHx
CAMS-II-x

Computing: Art, Magic, Science- Part II

Starting Soon
Starts: November 10, 2015
Introduction to Cloud Computing
Microsoft
INF201.13x

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Starting Soon
Starts: November 10, 2015 – Self-Paced
Introduction to Cloud Computing
IEEEx
CloudIntro.x

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Starting Soon
Starts: November 12, 2015 – Self-Paced
Introduction to MongoDB using the MEAN Stack
MongoDBx
M101x

Introduction to MongoDB using the MEAN Stack

Starting Soon
Starts: November 16, 2015 – Self-Paced
Computation Structures – Part 2: Computer Architecture
MITx
6.004.2x

Computation Structures – Part 2: Computer Architecture

Starting Soon
Starts: November 17, 2015
Introduction to Programming with Java Part 1: Starting to Code with Java
UC3Mx
IT.1.1x

Introduction to Programming with Java Part 1: Starting to Code with Java

Starting Soon
Starts: November 17, 2015 – Self-Paced
Implementing Microsoft Windows Server Disks and Volumes
Microsoft
INF201.21x

Implementing Microsoft Windows Server Disks and Volumes

Starting Soon
Starts: November 24, 2015
Introduction to Real-Time Systems
IEEEx
RTSIx

Introduction to Real-Time Systems

Starting Soon
Starts: November 24, 2015
Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 3
Microsoft
DEV209.3x

Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 3

Starting Soon
Starts: November 25, 2015
CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 4: Programming
UPValenciaX
ISC101.4x

CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 4: Programming

Starting Soon
Starts: December 1, 2015 – Self-Paced
Computer Graphics
UC San DiegoX
CSE167x

Computer Graphics

Starting Soon
Starts: December 1, 2015 – Self-Paced
HTML5 Part 2: Advanced Techniques for Designing HTML5 Apps
W3Cx
HTML5.2x

HTML5 Part 2: Advanced Techniques for Designing HTML5 Apps

Starting Soon
Starts: December 1, 2015
Statistical Thinking for Data Science and Analytics
ColumbiaX
DS101X

Statistical Thinking for Data Science and Analytics

Starting Soon
Starts: December 14, 2015
Optimizing Microsoft Windows Server Storage
Microsoft
INF201.22x

Optimizing Microsoft Windows Server Storage

Starting Soon
Starts: December 15, 2015
CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 5: Social Implications
UPValenciaX
ISC101.5x

CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 5: Social Implications

Starting Soon
Starts: December 29, 2015 – Self-Paced
Principles of Synthetic Biology
MITx
20.305x

Principles of Synthetic Biology

Starting Soon
Starts: January 4, 2016
The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 3
UC BerkeleyX
BJC.3x

The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 3

Starting Soon
Starts: January 4, 2016
Learn to Program Using Python
UTArlingtonX
CSE1309x

Learn to Program Using Python

Upcoming
Starts: January 10, 2016
Engineering Software as a Service (Saas), Part 2
UC BerkeleyX
CS169.2x

Engineering Software as a Service (Saas), Part 2

Upcoming
Starts: January 11, 2016
Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Using Python
MITx
6.00.1x

Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Using Python

Upcoming
Starts: January 13, 2016
Implementing Predictive Analytics with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight
Microsoft
DAT202.3x

Implementing Predictive Analytics with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight

Upcoming
Starts: January 18, 2016
A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 3)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.3x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 3)

Upcoming
Starts: January 19, 2016
Embedded Systems- Shape The World
UTAustinX
UT.6.03x

Embedded Systems- Shape The World

Upcoming
Starts: January 20, 2016
Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics
ColumbiaX
DS102X

Machine Learning for Data Science and Analytics

Upcoming
Starts: January 25, 2016
MATLAB et Octave pour débutants
EPFLx
matlaboctaveX

MATLAB et Octave pour débutants

Upcoming
Starts: February 1, 2016
Introducción a la visión por computador: desarrollo de aplicaciones con OpenCV
UC3Mx
ISA.1x

Introducción a la visión por computador: desarrollo de aplicaciones con OpenCV

Upcoming
Starts: February 2016
Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS): A Survival Guide
UC3Mx
IM.1x

Introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS): A Survival Guide

Upcoming
Starts: February 2016
The Software Architect Code: Building the Digital World
UC3Mx
INF.1x

The Software Architect Code: Building the Digital World

Upcoming
Starts: February 2016
Enabling Technologies for Data Science and Analytics: The Internet of Things
ColumbiaX
DS103X

Enabling Technologies for Data Science and Analytics: The Internet of Things

Upcoming
Starts: March 7, 2016
The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 4
UC BerkeleyX
BJC.4x

The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 4

Upcoming
Starts: March 7, 2016
Data Science Ethics
MichiganX
DS101x

Data Science Ethics

Upcoming
Starts: May 1, 2016
Desarrollo de aplicaciones profesionales para Android
GalileoX
CTec001x

Desarrollo de aplicaciones profesionales para Android

Upcoming
Starts: May 30, 2016
DemoX
edX
DemoX.1

DemoX

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Computer Science
HarvardX
CS50x

Introduction to Computer Science

Current
Self-Paced
Programming in Scratch
HarveyMuddX
CS002x

Programming in Scratch

Current
Self-Paced
MyCS: Computer Science for Beginners
HarveyMuddX
CS001x

MyCS: Computer Science for Beginners

Current
Self-Paced
Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 1
Microsoft
DEV202.1x

Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 1

Current
Self-Paced
CS For All: Introduction to Computer Science and Python Programming
HarveyMuddX
CS005x

CS For All: Introduction to Computer Science and Python Programming

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Bootstrap – A Tutorial
Microsoft
DEV203x

Introduction to Bootstrap – A Tutorial

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Linux
LinuxFoundationX
LFS101x.2

Introduction to Linux

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Office 365 APIs
Microsoft
CLD201x

Introduction to Office 365 APIs

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to TypeScript
Microsoft
DEV201x

Introduction to TypeScript

Current
Self-Paced
Querying with Transact-SQL
Microsoft
DAT201x

Querying with Transact-SQL

Current
Self-Paced
Windows PowerShell Fundamentals
Microsoft
INF201x

Windows PowerShell Fundamentals

Current
Self-Paced
Autonomous Mobile Robots
ETHx
AMRx

Autonomous Mobile Robots

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Computer Programming, Part 1
IITBombayX
CS101.1x

Introduction to Computer Programming, Part 1

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Java Programming – Part 1
HKUSTx
COMP102.1x

Introduction to Java Programming – Part 1

Current
Self-Paced
Linux System Administration Essentials
LinuxFoundationX
LFS201x

Linux System Administration Essentials

Current
Self-Paced
Office 365: Managing Identities and Services
Microsoft
CLD203x

Office 365: Managing Identities and Services

Current
Self-Paced
Office 365: Managing Identities and Services with Hands-On Labs
Microsoft
CLD1003x

Office 365: Managing Identities and Services with Hands-On Labs

Current
Self-Paced
Developing International Software
Microsoft
DIS50.1x

Developing International Software

Current
Self-Paced
Principles of Electric Circuits 电路原理
TsinghuaX
20220214x

Principles of Electric Circuits 电路原理

Current
Starts: September 7, 2015
Introduction to XAML and Application Development
Microsoft
DEV206.1x

Introduction to XAML and Application Development

Current
Self-Paced
CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 1: IT
UPValenciaX
ISC101.1x

CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 1: IT

Current
Self-Paced
Data Structures and Algorithm Design 数据结构与算法设计
TsinghuaX
30240184x

Data Structures and Algorithm Design 数据结构与算法设计

Current
Starts: September 15, 2015
Systematic Program Design- Part 1: The Core Method
UBCx
SPD1x

Systematic Program Design- Part 1: The Core Method

Current
Self-Paced
理论计算机科学基础 | Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science
PekingX
04830260x

理论计算机科学基础 | Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science

Current
Starts: September 21, 2015
Introduction to R Programming
Microsoft
DAT204x

Introduction to R Programming

Current
Self-Paced
Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions
Microsoft
DEV205x

Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

Current
Self-Paced
Circuits and Electronics 1: Basic Circuit Analysis
MITx
6.002.1x

Circuits and Electronics 1: Basic Circuit Analysis

Current
Self-Paced
Think. Create. Code
AdelaideX
Code101x

Think. Create. Code

Current
Self-Paced
Combinatorial Mathematics 组合数学
TsinghuaX
60240013x

Combinatorial Mathematics 组合数学

Current
Starts: October 1, 2015
Underactuated Robotics
MITx
6.832x

Underactuated Robotics

Current
Starts: October 1, 2015
Engineering Software as a Service (SaaS), Part 1
UC BerkeleyX
CS169.1x

Engineering Software as a Service (SaaS), Part 1

Current
Starts: October 5, 2015
HTML5 Part 1: HTML5 Coding Essentials and Best Practices
W3Cx
HTML5.1x

HTML5 Part 1: HTML5 Coding Essentials and Best Practices

Current
Starts: October 5, 2015
Jugando con Android- Aprende a Programar tu Primera App
UAMx
Android301x

Jugando con Android- Aprende a Programar tu Primera App

Current
Starts: October 6, 2015
CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 2: Hardware
UPValenciaX
ISC101.2x

CLEP Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 2: Hardware

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Functional Programming
DelftX
FP101x

Introduction to Functional Programming

Current
Starts: October 15, 2015
Mobile Computing with App Inventor – CS Principles
TrinityX
T002x

Mobile Computing with App Inventor – CS Principles

Current
Starts: October 19, 2015
Introduction to Computational Thinking and Data Science
MITx
6.00.2x

Introduction to Computational Thinking and Data Science

Current
Starts: October 20, 2015
Introduction to Computer Programming, Part 2
IITBombayX
CS101.2x

Introduction to Computer Programming, Part 2

Current
Self-Paced
Systematic Program Design- Part 3: Abstraction, Search and Graphs
UBCx
SPD3x

Systematic Program Design- Part 3: Abstraction, Search and Graphs

Current
Starts: October 20, 2015
The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 2
UC BerkeleyX
BJC.2x

The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 2

Current
Starts: October 26, 2015
A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 2)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.2x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 2)

Current
Starts: October 27, 2015
Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 2
Microsoft
DEV209.2x

Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 2

Current
Starts: October 28, 2015
Programming with C#
Microsoft
DEV204x

Programming with C#

Current
Self-Paced
Designing Advanced Applications using XAML
Microsoft
DEV206.2x

Designing Advanced Applications using XAML

Current
Self-Paced
Administración de proyectos de Tecnologías de la Información
MéxicoX
UPEVIPN03x

Administración de proyectos de Tecnologías de la Información

Archived
Starts: October 5, 2015
Introduction to C++
Microsoft
DEV210x

Introduction to C++

Archived
Starts: October 5, 2015
Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 1
Microsoft
DEV209.1x

Developing Windows 10 Universal Apps- Part 1

Archived
Starts: September 30, 2015
Programming in F#
Microsoft
DEV207.1x

Programming in F#

Archived
Starts: September 28, 2015
Data Science and Machine Learning Essentials
Microsoft
DAT203x

Data Science and Machine Learning Essentials

Archived
Starts: September 24, 2015
Compliance in Office 365: eDiscovery
Microsoft
CLD204x

Compliance in Office 365: eDiscovery

Archived
Starts: September 22, 2015
Computing: Art, Magic, Science
ETHx
CAMS.2x

Computing: Art, Magic, Science

Archived
Starts: September 22, 2015
Paradigms of Computer Programming – Fundamentals
LouvainX
Louv1.1x

Paradigms of Computer Programming – Fundamentals

Archived
Starts: September 21, 2015
Programación Orientada a Objetos
MéxicoX
UPEVIPN02x

Programación Orientada a Objetos

Archived
Starts: September 21, 2015
Introduction to jQuery
Microsoft
DEV208x

Introduction to jQuery

Archived
Starts: September 15, 2015
Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite
Microsoft
INF202x

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite

Archived
Starts: September 14, 2015
Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite with Online Labs
Microsoft
INF1002x

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite with Online Labs

Archived
Starts: September 14, 2015
Systematic Program Design- Part 2: Arbitrary Sized Data
UBCx
SPD2x

Systematic Program Design- Part 2: Arbitrary Sized Data

Archived
Starts: September 8, 2015
The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 1
UC BerkeleyX
BJC.1x

The Beauty and Joy of Computing (CS Principles), Part 1

Archived
Starts: September 8, 2015
Text Mining and Analytics
DelftX
TXT1x

Text Mining and Analytics

Archived
Starts: September 2, 2015
Computation Structures- Part 1: Digital Circuits
MITx
6.004.1x_2

Computation Structures- Part 1: Digital Circuits

Archived
Starts: September 1, 2015
A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 1)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.1x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 1)

Archived
Starts: August 25, 2015
SharePoint Basics for IT Professionals
Microsoft
CLD202X

SharePoint Basics for IT Professionals

Archived
Starts: August 4, 2015
Introduction to Mobile Application Development using Android
HKUSTx
COMP107x

Introduction to Mobile Application Development using Android

Archived
Starts: July 28, 2015
Implementation and Evaluation of Educational Technology
MITx
11.133x

Implementation and Evaluation of Educational Technology

Archived
Starts: July 15, 2015
Preparing for the AP* Computer Science A Exam — Part 2
Cooper Union
CS.2x

Preparing for the AP* Computer Science A Exam — Part 2

Archived
Starts: July 15, 2015
Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y su impacto sobre la Gestión de la Tecnología de la Información
OECx
B1156​x

Responsabilidad Social Corporativa y su impacto sobre la Gestión de la Tecnología de la Información

Archived
Starts: July 7, 2015
Scalable Machine Learning
UC BerkeleyX
CS190.1x

Scalable Machine Learning

Archived
Starts: June 29, 2015
Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 3
Microsoft
DEV202.3x

Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 3

Archived
Starts: June 16, 2015
Linear Algebra- Foundations to Frontiers (LAFF)
UTAustinX
UT.5.03x

Linear Algebra- Foundations to Frontiers (LAFF)

Archived
Starts: June 3, 2015
Introduction to Big Data with Apache Spark
UC BerkeleyX
CS100.1x

Introduction to Big Data with Apache Spark

Archived
Starts: June 1, 2015
Cyberwar, Surveillance and Security
AdelaideX
Cyber101x

Cyberwar, Surveillance and Security

Archived
Starts: May 21, 2015
Introduction to Java Programming – Part 2
HKUSTx
COMP102.2x

Introduction to Java Programming – Part 2

Archived
Starts: May 18, 2015
Discrete-Time Signal Processing
MITx
6.341x

Discrete-Time Signal Processing

Archived
Starts: May 14, 2015
Preparing for the AP* Computer Science A Exam — Part 1
Cooper Union
CS.1x

Preparing for the AP* Computer Science A Exam — Part 1

Archived
Starts: May 13, 2015
Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 2
Microsoft
DEV202.2x

Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure – Part 2

Archived
Starts: May 12, 2015
Autonomous Navigation for Flying Robots
TUMx
AUTONAVx

Autonomous Navigation for Flying Robots

Archived
Starts: May 5, 2015
Tecnologías para la Educación
UPValenciaX
TE201x

Tecnologías para la Educación

Archived
Starts: April 28, 2015
eHealth – Opportunities and Challenges
KIx
KIeHealthX

eHealth – Opportunities and Challenges

Archived
Starts: April 22, 2015
Buscar en Internet
UPValenciaX
BI101x

Buscar en Internet

Archived
Starts: April 21, 2015
Excel
UPValenciaX
XLS101x

Excel

Archived
Starts: April 21, 2015
Applications of Linear Algebra Part 2
DavidsonX
D003x.2

Applications of Linear Algebra Part 2

Archived
Starts: April 6, 2015
Android: Introducción a la Programación
UPValenciaX
AIP201x

Android: Introducción a la Programación

Archived
Starts: March 31, 2015
Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 2: Frequency Domain
RiceX
ELEC301.2x

Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 2: Frequency Domain

Archived
Starts: March 18, 2015
The Computing Technology Inside Your Smartphone
CornellX
ENGRI1210x

The Computing Technology Inside Your Smartphone

Archived
Starts: March 10, 2015
C++ Programming | C++程序设计
PekingX
04831750.1x

C++ Programming | C++程序设计

Archived
Starts: March 1, 2015
Applications of Linear Algebra Part 1
DavidsonX
D003x.1

Applications of Linear Algebra Part 1

Archived
Starts: February 23, 2015
Networks, Crowds and Markets
CornellX
INFO2040x

Networks, Crowds and Markets

Archived
Starts: February 16, 2015
Artificial Intelligence
UC BerkeleyX
CS188.1x

Artificial Intelligence

Archived
Starts: February 6, 2015
Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 1: Time Domain
RiceX
ELEC301.1x

Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 1: Time Domain

Archived
Starts: February 4, 2015
Building Mobile Experiences
MITx
21W.789x

Building Mobile Experiences

Archived
Starts: February 2, 2015
Economics of Cybersecurity
DelftX
EconSec101x

Economics of Cybersecurity

Archived
Starts: January 20, 2015
数据结构与算法第二部分 | Data Structures and Algorithms Part 2
PekingX
04830050.2x

数据结构与算法第二部分 | Data Structures and Algorithms Part 2

Archived
Starts: November 10, 2014
Neuronal Dynamics- Computational Neuroscience of Single Neurons
EPFLx
BIO465.1x

Neuronal Dynamics- Computational Neuroscience of Single Neurons

Archived
Starts: October 27, 2014
Design and Development of Educational Technology
MITx
11.132x

Design and Development of Educational Technology

Archived
Starts: October 8, 2014
程序设计基础 | Fundamentals of Programming
PekingX
532001x

程序设计基础 | Fundamentals of Programming

Archived
Starts: October 6, 2014
人群与网络 | Networks and Crowds
PekingX
03131840X

人群与网络 | Networks and Crowds

Archived
Starts: September 20, 2014
数据结构与算法第一部分 | Data Structures and Algorithms Part 1
PekingX
04830050x

数据结构与算法第一部分 | Data Structures and Algorithms Part 1

Archived
Starts: September 15, 2014
Robot Mechanics and Control, Part II
SNUx
SNU446.345.2x

Robot Mechanics and Control, Part II

Archived
Starts: June 9, 2014
Big Data and Social Physics
MITx
MAS.S69x

Big Data and Social Physics

Archived
Starts: May 12, 2014
Cyber-Physical Systems
UC BerkeleyX
EECS149.1x

Cyber-Physical Systems

Archived
Starts: May 6, 2014
Wiretaps to Big Data: Privacy and Surveillance in the Age of Interconnection
CornellX
ENGRI1280x

Wiretaps to Big Data: Privacy and Surveillance in the Age of Interconnection

Archived
Starts: March 2, 2014
Principles and Practice of Computer Aided Translation 计算机辅助翻译原理与实践
PekingX
01718330x

Principles and Practice of Computer Aided Translation 计算机辅助翻译原理与实践

Archived
Starts: February 24, 2014
Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Computation
UC BerkeleyX
CS-191x

Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Computation

Archived
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Electronics Courses – Learn about electronics and more from the best universities and institutions around the world

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A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 3)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.3x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 3)

Upcoming
Starts: January 19, 2016
Embedded Systems- Shape The World
UTAustinX
UT.6.03x

Embedded Systems- Shape The World

Upcoming
Starts: January 20, 2016
Nanotechnology: Fundamentals of Nanotransistors
PurdueX
nano530x

Nanotechnology: Fundamentals of Nanotransistors

Upcoming
Starts: January 25, 2016
Electrotechnique II
EPFLx
EE-102B.1x

Electrotechnique II

Upcoming
Starts: February 25, 2016
Introducción a la visión por computador: desarrollo de aplicaciones con OpenCV
UC3Mx
ISA.1x

Introducción a la visión por computador: desarrollo de aplicaciones con OpenCV

Upcoming
Starts: February 2016
Principles of Electronic Biosensors
PurdueX
nano535x

Principles of Electronic Biosensors

Upcoming
Starts: March 1, 2016
DemoX
edX
DemoX.1

DemoX

Current
Self-Paced
Hypersonics – from Shock Waves to Scramjets
UQx
HYPERS301x

Hypersonics – from Shock Waves to Scramjets

Current
Self-Paced
Electronic Interfaces: Bridging the Physical and Digital Worlds
UC BerkeleyX
EE40LX

Electronic Interfaces: Bridging the Physical and Digital Worlds

Current
Self-Paced
Introduction to Bioelectricity
PurdueX
nano525x

Introduction to Bioelectricity

Current
Starts: August 24, 2015
Principles of Electric Circuits 电路原理
TsinghuaX
20220214x

Principles of Electric Circuits 电路原理

Current
Starts: September 7, 2015
Electrotechnique I
EPFLx
EE-100Bx

Electrotechnique I

Current
Starts: September 24, 2015
Circuits and Electronics 1: Basic Circuit Analysis
MITx
6.002.1x

Circuits and Electronics 1: Basic Circuit Analysis

Current
Self-Paced
Circuits and Electronics 2: Amplification, Speed, and Delay
MITx
6.002.2x

Circuits and Electronics 2: Amplification, Speed, and Delay

Current
Self-Paced
Circuits and Electronics 3: Applications
MITx
6.002.3x

Circuits and Electronics 3: Applications

Current
Self-Paced
Silicon Photonics Design, Fabrication and Data Analysis
UBCx
Phot1x

Silicon Photonics Design, Fabrication and Data Analysis

Current
Starts: October 6, 2015
Electronique I
EPFLx
ElectroniX

Electronique I

Current
Starts: October 8, 2015
Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part B: Quantum Transport
PurdueX
nano521x

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part B: Quantum Transport

Current
Starts: October 8, 2015
A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 2)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.2x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 2)

Current
Starts: October 27, 2015
Computation Structures- Part 1: Digital Circuits
MITx
6.004.1x_2

Computation Structures- Part 1: Digital Circuits

Archived
Starts: September 1, 2015
Solar Energy
DelftX
ET3034x

Solar Energy

Archived
Starts: September 1, 2015
A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 1)
HKUSTx
ELEC1200.1x

A System View of Communications: From Signals to Packets (Part 1)

Archived
Starts: August 25, 2015
Introduction to Engineering and Engineering Mathematics
UTArlingtonX
ENGR1.0x

Introduction to Engineering and Engineering Mathematics

Archived
Starts: May 14, 2015
Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Devices
MITx
3.15x

Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Devices

Archived
Starts: April 8, 2015
Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics: Basic Concepts
PurdueX
nano520x

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics: Basic Concepts

Archived
Starts: March 26, 2015
Introduction to Graphene Science and Technology
ChalmersX
ChM001x

Introduction to Graphene Science and Technology

Archived
Starts: March 23, 2015
Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 2: Frequency Domain
RiceX
ELEC301.2x

Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 2: Frequency Domain

Archived
Starts: March 18, 2015
Organic Electronic Devices
PurdueX
nano515x

Organic Electronic Devices

Archived
Starts: February 12, 2015
Discrete Time Signals and Systems, Part 1: Time Domain
RiceX
ELEC301.1x

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SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT COURSES

Course # Course Title Level
15.020 Competition in Telecommunications Undergraduate
15.031J Energy Decisions, Markets, and Policies Undergraduate
15.053 Optimization Methods in Management Science Undergraduate
15.075J Statistical Thinking and Data Analysis Undergraduate
15.279 Management Communication for Undergraduates Undergraduate
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15.772J D-Lab: Supply Chains Undergraduate
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15.011 Economic Analysis for Business Decisions (Fall 2004) Graduate
15.012 Applied Macro- and International Economics (Spring 2011) Graduate
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15.021J Real Estate Economics Graduate
15.023J Global Climate Change: Economics, Science, and Policy Graduate
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15.032J Engineering, Economics and Regulation of the Electric Power Sector Graduate
15.040 Game Theory for Managers Graduate
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15.062 Data Mining Graduate
15.063 Communicating With Data Graduate
15.066J System Optimization and Analysis for Manufacturing Graduate
15.067 Competitive Decision-Making and Negotiation Graduate
15.070J Advanced Stochastic Processes Graduate
15.072J Queues: Theory and Applications Graduate
15.073J Logistical and Transportation Planning Methods Graduate
15.081J Introduction to Mathematical Programming Graduate
15.082J Network Optimization Graduate
15.083J Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization Graduate
15.084J Nonlinear Programming (Spring 2004) Graduate
15.084J Nonlinear Programming (Spring 2003) Graduate
15.085J Fundamentals of Probability Graduate
15.093J Optimization Methods Graduate
15.094J Systems Optimization: Models and Computation (SMA 5223) Graduate
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15.098 Special Seminar in Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes Graduate
15.099 Readings in Optimization Graduate
15.136J Principles and Practice of Drug Development Graduate
15.220 Global Strategy and Organization (Spring 2012) Graduate
15.220 Global Strategy and Organization (Spring 2008) Graduate
15.223 Global Markets, National Politics and the Competitive Advantage of Firms (Fall 2011) Graduate
15.224 Global Markets, National Politics and the Competitive Advantage of Firms (Spring 2003) Graduate
15.225 Economy and Business in Modern China and India Graduate
15.229 Managing Global Integration Graduate
15.232 Business Model Innovation: Global Health in Frontier Markets Graduate
15.269 Literature, Ethics, Authority Graduate
15.269B Literature, Ethics and Authority Graduate
15.270 Ethical Practice: Professionalism, Social Responsibility, and the Purpose of the Corporation Graduate
15.277 Special Seminar in Communications: Leadership and Personal Effectiveness Coaching Graduate
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15.281 Advanced Managerial Communication Graduate
15.289 Communication Skills for Academics Graduate
15.310 Managerial Psychology (Fall 2006) Graduate
15.310 Managerial Psychology Laboratory (Fall 2004) Graduate
15.310 Managerial Psychology Laboratory (Spring 2003) Graduate
15.311 Organizational Processes Graduate
15.316 Building and Leading Effective Teams Graduate
15.317 Organizational Leadership and Change Graduate
15.320 Strategic Organizational Design Graduate
15.322 Leading Organizations II Graduate
15.328 Team Project Graduate
15.341 Individuals, Groups, and Organizations Graduate
15.342J Organizations and Environments Graduate
15.343 Managing Transformations in Work, Organizations, and Society Graduate
15.347 Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods I Graduate
15.348 Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods II Graduate
15.351 Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship Graduate
15.351 Managing the Innovation Process Graduate
15.352 Managing Innovation: Emerging Trends Graduate
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15.356 How to Develop “Breakthrough” Products and Services Graduate
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15.387 Entrepreneurial Sales Graduate
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15.389B Global Entrepreneurship Lab: Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa Graduate
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15.391 Early Stage Capital Graduate
15.394 Designing and Leading the Entrepreneurial Organization Graduate
15.401 Finance Theory I Graduate
15.402 Finance Theory II Graduate
15.414 Financial Management Graduate
15.426J Real Estate Finance and Investment Graduate
15.427J Real Estate Capital Markets Graduate
15.428 Tools for Analysis: Design for Real Estate and Infrastructure Development Graduate
15.428J Advanced Topics in Real Estate Finance Graduate
15.431 Entrepreneurial Finance Graduate
15.433 Investments Graduate
15.450 Analytics of Finance Graduate
15.511 Financial Accounting (Summer 2004) Graduate
15.514 Financial and Managerial Accounting Graduate
15.515 Financial Accounting (Fall 2003) Graduate
15.516 Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting (Spring 2004) Graduate
15.518 Taxes and Business Strategy Graduate
15.521 Management Accounting and Control (Spring 2003) Graduate
15.535 Business Analysis Using Financial Statements Graduate
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15.566 Information Technology as an Integrating Force in Manufacturing Graduate
15.567 The Economics of Information: Strategy, Structure and Pricing Graduate
15.571 Generating Business Value from Information Technology Graduate
15.575 Research Seminar in IT and Organizations: Economic Perspectives Graduate
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15.599 Workshop in IT: Collaborative Innovation Networks Graduate
15.616 Innovative Businesses and Breakthrough Technologies – The Legal Issues Graduate
15.617 The Law of Corporate Finance and Financial Markets Graduate
15.649 The Law of Mergers and Acquisitions Graduate
15.660 Strategic HR Management Graduate
15.665 Power and Negotiation Graduate
15.667 Negotiation and Conflict Management Graduate
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15.677J Urban Labor Markets and Employment Policy Graduate
15.678J Political Economy I Graduate
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15.761 Introduction to Operations Management (Spring 2013) Graduate
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15.764 The Theory of Operations Management Graduate
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15.769 Operations Strategy (Spring 2003) Graduate
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15.778 Management of Supply Networks for Products and Services Graduate
15.783J Product Design and Development Graduate
15.792J Proseminar in Manufacturing Graduate
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15.810 Marketing Management (Fall 2004) Graduate
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15.872 System Dynamics II Graduate
15.875 Applications of System Dynamics Graduate
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15.997 Practice of Finance: Advanced Corporate Risk Management Graduate
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15.S50 Poker Theory and Analytics Graduate

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Additionally, the Archived Sloan School of Management Courses page has links to every archived course from this department.

7 memory skills that will make you smarter

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  1. Retrieval – Bring it back from memory, e.g. Flash cards.
  2. Elaboration – Connect ideas to what you already know, e.g. Heat Transfer: how one experiences it when holding a cup of hot coffee.
  3. Interleaving – Varying the subjects, e.g. batters have higher averages when they practice with fast balls, curve balls etc.
  4. Generation – Answer before you have an answer, e.g finding your own answers before the class.
  5. Reflection – Evaluate what happened, e.g. 15% of written reflection improves performance by 23%.
  6. Mnemonics – Use hacks to recall; helps create mental structures, e.g. BODMAS.
  7. Calibration – Know what you don’t know, e.g. taking a quiz or feedback from colleagues.
""Learning ability is probably the most important skill you can have.

Take it from Peter Brown, Henry Roediger, and Mark McDaniel, authors of “Make It Stick: The Science Of Successful Learning.”

“We need to keep learning and remembering all our lives,” they write. “Getting ahead at work takes mastery of job skills and difficult colleagues. … If you’re good at learning, you have an advantage in life.”

And to learn something is to be able to remember it, say the authors, two of whom are psychology professors at Washington University in St. Louis.

Unfortunately, lots of the techniques for learning that we pick up in school don’t help with long-term recall — like cramming or highlighting.

To get over these bad habits, we scoured “Make It Stick” for learning tips.

Here are the takeaways:

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Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
benjamingolub/flickr
When you’re attempting to recall an idea, method, or technique from memory, you’re retrieving. Flash cards are a great example: They force you to recall an idea from memory, unlike a technique like highlighting where you’re not burning anything into your brain. The reason retrieval’s so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.

Elaboration: Connect new ideas to what you already know.
Elaboration: Connect new ideas to what you already know.
REUTERS/Osman Orsal
When you try to put a new idea into your own words, you’re elaborating.

“The more you can explain about the way your new learning relates to prior knowledge,” the authors write, “the stronger your grasp of the new learning will be, and the more connections you create that will help you remember it later.”

For instance, if you’re in physics class and trying to understand heat transfer, try to tie the concept into your real-life experiences, say, by imagining how a warm cup of coffee disperses heat into your hands.

Interleaving: Varying your subjects.
Interleaving: Varying your subjects.
Fred Thornhill/REUTERS
When you work on a variety of things at once, you’re interleaving. If you’re trying to understand a subject — from the basics of economics to hitting a pitch — you’re going to learn better if you mix up your examples.

A sports case: Batters who do batting practice with a mix of fastballs, change-ups, and curveballs hit for a higher average. The interleaving helps because when you’re out there in the wild, you need to first discern what kind of problem you’re facing before you can start to find a solution, like a ball coming from a pitcher’s hand.

Generation: Answer before you have an answer.
Generation: Answer before you have an answer.
Flickr/Sebastiaan ter Burg
When you try to give an answer before it’s given to you, you’re generating. “By wading into the unknown first and puzzling through it, you are far more likely to learn and remember the solution than if somebody first sat down to teach it to you,” the authors write.

In an academic setting, you could work finding your own answers before class starts. In a professional setting, you could supply your own ideas when you’re stuck before talking with your boss.

Reflection: Evaluate what happened.
Reflection: Evaluate what happened.
Francisco Osorio/Flickr
When you take a few moments to review what happened with a project or meeting, you’re reflecting. You might ask yourself a few questions: What went well? Where can you improve? What does it remind you of?

Harvard Business School researchers have found reflective writing to be super powerful. Just 15 minutes of written reflection at the end of the day increased performance by 23% for one group of employees.

Mnemonics: Use hacks to recall.
Mnemonics: Use hacks to recall.
Wikimedia Commons
When you’re using an acronym or image to recall something, you’re using a mnemonic. The hall of fame includes abbreviations — Roy G. Biv for the colors of the spectrum (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet) — and rhyming, like “in 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.”

“Mnemonics are not tools for learning per se,” the authors write, “but for creating mental structures that make it easier to retrieve what you have learned.”

Calibration: Know what you don’t know.
Calibration: Know what you don’t know.
Flickr / Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design
When you get feedback that reveals your ignorance to you, you’re calibrating. “Calibration is simply the act of using an objective instrument to clear away illusions and adjust your judgment to better reflect reality.”

This is necessary since we all suffer from “cognitive illusions”: We think we understand something when we really don’t. So taking a quiz — or gathering feedback from a colleague — helps you to identify those blind spots.

For a deeper dig into the science of learning, make sure to pick up “Make It Stick.” It’s an illuminating read.Learning ability is probably the most important skill you can have.

Take it from Peter Brown, Henry Roediger, and Mark McDaniel, authors of “Make It Stick: The Science Of Successful Learning.”

“We need to keep learning and remembering all our lives,” they write. “Getting ahead at work takes mastery of job skills and difficult colleagues. … If you’re good at learning, you have an advantage in life.”

And to learn something is to be able to remember it, say the authors, two of whom are psychology professors at Washington University in St. Louis.

Unfortunately, lots of the techniques for learning that we pick up in school don’t help with long-term recall — like cramming or highlighting.

To get over these bad habits, we scoured “Make It Stick” for learning tips.

Here are the takeaways:

View As: One Page Slides

Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
benjamingolub/flickr
When you’re attempting to recall an idea, method, or technique from memory, you’re retrieving. Flash cards are a great example: They force you to recall an idea from memory, unlike a technique like highlighting where you’re not burning anything into your brain. The reason retrieval’s so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.

Elaboration: Connect new ideas to what you already know.
Elaboration: Connect new ideas to what you already know.
REUTERS/Osman Orsal
When you try to put a new idea into your own words, you’re elaborating.

“The more you can explain about the way your new learning relates to prior knowledge,” the authors write, “the stronger your grasp of the new learning will be, and the more connections you create that will help you remember it later.”

For instance, if you’re in physics class and trying to understand heat transfer, try to tie the concept into your real-life experiences, say, by imagining how a warm cup of coffee disperses heat into your hands.

Interleaving: Varying your subjects.
Interleaving: Varying your subjects.
Fred Thornhill/REUTERS
When you work on a variety of things at once, you’re interleaving. If you’re trying to understand a subject — from the basics of economics to hitting a pitch — you’re going to learn better if you mix up your examples.

A sports case: Batters who do batting practice with a mix of fastballs, change-ups, and curveballs hit for a higher average. The interleaving helps because when you’re out there in the wild, you need to first discern what kind of problem you’re facing before you can start to find a solution, like a ball coming from a pitcher’s hand.

Generation: Answer before you have an answer.
Generation: Answer before you have an answer.
Flickr/Sebastiaan ter Burg
When you try to give an answer before it’s given to you, you’re generating. “By wading into the unknown first and puzzling through it, you are far more likely to learn and remember the solution than if somebody first sat down to teach it to you,” the authors write.

In an academic setting, you could work finding your own answers before class starts. In a professional setting, you could supply your own ideas when you’re stuck before talking with your boss.

Reflection: Evaluate what happened.
Reflection: Evaluate what happened.
Francisco Osorio/Flickr
When you take a few moments to review what happened with a project or meeting, you’re reflecting. You might ask yourself a few questions: What went well? Where can you improve? What does it remind you of?

Harvard Business School researchers have found reflective writing to be super powerful. Just 15 minutes of written reflection at the end of the day increased performance by 23% for one group of employees.

Mnemonics: Use hacks to recall.
Mnemonics: Use hacks to recall.
Wikimedia Commons
When you’re using an acronym or image to recall something, you’re using a mnemonic. The hall of fame includes abbreviations — Roy G. Biv for the colors of the spectrum (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet) — and rhyming, like “in 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.”

“Mnemonics are not tools for learning per se,” the authors write, “but for creating mental structures that make it easier to retrieve what you have learned.”

Calibration: Know what you don’t know.
Calibration: Know what you don’t know.
Flickr / Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design
When you get feedback that reveals your ignorance to you, you’re calibrating. “Calibration is simply the act of using an objective instrument to clear away illusions and adjust your judgment to better reflect reality.”

This is necessary since we all suffer from “cognitive illusions”: We think we understand something when we really don’t. So taking a quiz — or gathering feedback from a colleague — helps you to identify those blind spots.

For a deeper dig into the science of learning, make sure to pick up “Make It Stick.” It’s an illuminating read.

Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.

Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.

benjamingolub/flickr

When you’re attempting to recall an idea, method, or technique from memory, you’re retrieving. Flash cards are a great example: They force you to recall an idea from memory, unlike a technique like highlighting where you’re not burning anything into your brain. The reason retrieval’s so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.

Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.

Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.

benjamingolub/flickr

When you’re attempting to recall an idea, method, or technique from memory, you’re retrieving. Flash cards are a great example: They force you to recall an idea from memory, unlike a technique like highlighting where you’re not burning anything into your brain. The reason retrieval’s so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
Retrieval: Bring it back from memory.
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When you’re attempting to recall an idea, method, or technique from memory, you’re retrieving. Flash cards are a great example: They force you to recall an idea from memory, unlike a technique like highlighting where you’re not burning anything into your brain. The reason retrieval’s so effective is that it strengthens the neural pathways associated with a given concept.

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Teaching App Development with Swift

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Teaching App Development with Swift

Teach Students How to Create iOS Apps

Engage students with a project-based curriculum, and guide students in creating iOS apps. Adopt projects and lesson plans to fit your course and different learning styles. Create real apps that teach students Swift, the iOS SDK, and the Apple developer toolset.

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Creative students love hands-on learning. Projects lead the lessons, so you can guide and facilitate learning, supporting student work with technical understanding.

Projects and Lesson Plans

Guide students through each level of projects, which provide a progressive framework for learning. Let the app features lead to technical discovery and stimulate student creativity. Select projects and lessons to fit your course requirements and student experience.

Level 1: Xcode Fundamentals and Swift

Level 2: Single View Applications and MVC

Level 3: Frameworks and APIs

Level 4: Navigation, Tab Bar and Table View Controllers

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