i'm new to this open study can any one give me a general view ! :)
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Welcome! You don't have to register for this course. From the home page of the course, click on the link for "Syllabus" for more information, and then plunge in. There's no schedule, so you work through at your own pace. For each session you'll listen to clips from lectures by the professor, review notes of those lectures, and typically also view a recitation providing other material, often in the form of a problem you can solve and then see how the person conducting the recitation solves it. Other parts of the course include exercises and exams (answers provided so you can grade yourself).
thank you both... I was just looking where to register...
Does anybody knows if i need some special add-ons under ubuntu to
to be able take the course of this site?
There is no registration. Simply start studying whenever you want and proceed at your own pace. I can't tell you whether you'll have issues with ubuntu. The most important thing you need to be able to do is view the videos, and after that it's very helpful to be able to view PDFs, which include lecture notes, exercises and other items. There are a few "mathlets" that require Java but they're of trivial importance so you aren't missing much if you can't run them.