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But where is the second part of these course (Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science II)?

MIT 6.01SC Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I
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The second one isn't available on mit ocw. However, you can find the handouts and problem sets from prior years of the course by looking on the non-ocw mit website. I'd start here: http://web.mit.edu/6.02/www/currentsemester/ If you look at the bottom of the sidebar menu, there is a link where you can see "previous terms". If you go back through previous terms, you can find the handouts and problems assigned during those terms ... which I suspect would be a good starting place. Sure, you won't get videos, but (for me at least), the bulk of my learning has been in working the problems.

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