Anyone looking to start some undergraduate course work in Electrical/Robotic Engineering at MIT OCW?
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What about similar course work at Kahn Academy, Coursera or EdX.......did i miss any?
Depends. May I know why you need to know this?
Sorry for the late reply. I am a mid career mid aged guy who is starting the undergraduate level course work for an Engineering Degree with a focus in Robotics. MIT OCW, Cousera, Kahn etc. will be my primary source. I'm looking for like minded folks who are serious about learning as a path to landing a job they will love and in which they will thrive.
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Perhaps forums such as https://www.physicsforums.com/ would be more of your interest for such things, but this does sound interesting maybe there are people who would be interested in this as AravindG, I think we would still need more information for this, sounds cool though.
Im hoping to put together some sort of study group. At least a core group of 3 or 5 members would need to be seriously committed to the courses, many others could then audit the courses picking out what interests them and asking the core group, who presumably would be subject matter experts on the course material for answers or clarification. Is anyone starting (Dec 7) the Python Programming for Everyone specialization through Coursera?
I'm studying Ekectrical engineering now. Does the course you speak about have some courses for it?