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Update as of August 26, 2021: In an effort to keep our community safe and healthy, we are not currently hosting or meeting with outside visitors in person, nor are we facilitating visits to our classrooms; however, meetings by Zoom to discuss the program can be scheduled by emailing either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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- All Physics courses on edX.org
- MIT Physics courses on edX.org
- First Year STEM Classes from MIT [FREE]
- Coursera physics and astronomy courses
- MIT Open Learning Library physics courses
- Physics courses on OpenCourseWare (OCW) [FREE]
- MIT xPro Quantum Computing Realities course
- MIT xPro Quantum Computing Fundamentals course
- MIT Physics YouTube Channel [FREE]
- Physics Girl’s (Dianna Cowern ’11) YouTube Channel [FREE]
- NOVA PBS Official YouTube Channel’s physics videos [FREE]
- Physics World’s YouTube Channel [FREE]
- Institute of Physics YouTube Channel [FREE]
- MIT K12’s Physics Videos (STEM videos for K-12 students made by MIT students) [FREE]
- Serious Science physics videos [FREE]
- Big Think’s physics videos [FREE]
- NASA’s YouTube Channel [FREE]