Saturday, October 19, 2013

As stated on edudemic.com, we bring to you here the 25 best online websites that can assist you in strengthening your fundamentals in Computer Science. Looking at them below:-

1. MIT OpenCourseWare: This has the widest collection of open courseware along with a number of offerings in computer science from some of the pioneers in the field.

2. Stanford Engineering Everywhere: You can opt for online courses in basic computer science, artificial intelligence, linear systems along with other engineering topics here.

3. Academic Earth: This site has over 12 free lectures on computer science from renowned colleges like Stanford, MIT, and Berkeley.

4. MIT World: This site offers lectures, conferences, and demonstrations on a wide range of topics, including computer science.

5. Harvard Extension School: This provides access to some of the free Ivy League educational resources collecting course materials from a host of different computer science courses having been held over the past years.

6. UC Berkeley Engineering: You can look into UC Berkeley’s iTunesU archive for an amazing collection of computer science and engineering lectures.

7. The Open University: This is a great place to search for free educational resources on any topic with a good amount of computer science material too.

8. UC Irvine: By using UC Irvine’s online resources, you can get intro to AI, Machine Learning, Kernel-Based Learning, or Bayesian Statistical Analysis.

9. w3schools : The site has tutorials to learn HTML, CSS, AJAX, and a number of other programming languages.

10. Wikibooks: This site helps you in supplementing any of the courses undertaken by you for free online with the help of textbooks from Wikibooks.

11. Google Code University: This has a host of resources to assist computer science students with courses on programming, web security, algorithms, and a lot more.

12. ArsDigita: This is based on the undergrad computer science program at MIT and offers good courses worth checking out.

13. Grinnell College: You can find a number of computer science classes taught at Grinnell between 1997 and to date over here.

14. Codeacademy : For assistance in learning a coding language, you can check out this site for guidance to make everything easier.

15. Swinburne University of Technology: This is an Australian school offering free courses on topics including HTML, web graphics, higher level math, Java, and much more.

16. iTunesU: You can search for computer science for locating over hundreds of lectures on the subject to opt from.

17. UMass Boston: For acquiring skills about artificial intelligence, one can go to UMass-Boston’s OCW site for free course materials.

18. Udacity: This was started by a professor at Stanford and is an essential resource for any CS student offering courses in cryptography, web application engineering, computer program design, programming languages, including programming robotic cars.

19. Caltech: You can get sample what computer science classes are like over here tuition-free, for a limited time. 

20. Sofia: On this site you can opt for a course in Java programming, Macromedia Flash, statistics, network security, or webpage authoring.

21. Carnegie Mellon OpenLearning Initiative: At this time, it only offers a few CS-related courses, but plan to add more over the years.

22. University of Notre Dame OCW: The two notable courses in computer science here are Applied Multimedia Technology and Applied Multimedia.

23. Saylor.org: This is an introductory course in computer science utilizing great free resources on the site.

24. Khan Academy: This site offers a number of courses covering topics like Fibonacci functions, Python programming, and binary numbers.

25. Higher Computing for Everyone: The site offers a course in writing basic programs. It is a great introduction for anybody entering programming. 

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