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Are there lecture videos downloadable? The email I received was a little vague. Can someone clarify. "MIT OpenCourseWare provides lots of options for downloading the videos from 6.00SC. You can find the course on iTunesU and download the video through iTunes -- which means you can also watch them on an iPhone or iPad. You can also download the videos from the Internet Archive. Look for download links below each video as they play on the OCW site. (Of course, the videos are also available through the MIT channel on YouTube.)"

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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In iTunes UU look for videos for OCW Scholar: Introduction to Computer Science and Programming. John Guttag; Lecture 1: Introducion to 6.0
Yes, download from iTunes U or Internet Archive. Videos for 6.00SC Intro to Computer Science and Programming.
What about MIT 6.189, A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python. ? Are there downloadable videos or is this new content to be available when class starts?

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Nope. The Mechanical MOOC course will use the assignments and structure of 6.189, but the videos from 6.00SC.

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