90+ Free Science Courses with Video Tutorials

There are plenty of free courses online, some of them are self-paced. New trend in online education is MOOC courses, these are similar to any other paid online programs but free. Some MOOC Providers charge a minimal amount ex: edX charges $50 for course completion certificates. MOOC Courses duration  is little shorter than our regular class room courses. We are putting some of the self-paced Free Science courses with video tutorials.

Computer Science & Programming

    1. Introductory Programming [University of Washington]
    2. Understanding Computers and the Internet [Harvard University]
    3. Computer System Engineering
    4. Data Structures
    5. Introduction to Algorithms
    6. Machine Structures
    7. Computer Language Engineering
    8. Introduction to Copy Right Law
    9. Programming Languages
    10. Introduction to Symbolic Programming
    11. Vision Algorithms
    12. Computer System Analysis
    13. Object oriented programming with Java
    14. Relational Database Management Systems [RDBMS]
    15. Introduction to Programming
    16. C Programming
    17. Programming in C++
    18. programming with JAVA
    19. SQL Server 2005
    20. Python, Java, Ruby, Linux, Graphics, Blender etc…
    21. MSVC Debugger Tutorial

Electronics

    1. Solid State Devices
    2. Circuits and Electronics
    3. Digital Integrated Circuits
    4. Electricity and Magnetism
    5. Integrated Circuits for Communications
    6. Introductions to MEMS Design
    7. Microelectronic Devices and Circuits
    8. Advanced Analog Integrated Circuits
    9. Advanced Digital Integrated Circuits
    10. Physics of Microfabrication: Front End Processing

Signals & Systems, Communication systems

    1. Digital Image Processing [DIP]
    2. Digital Signal Processing [DSP]
    3. Electromagnetics and Applications
    4. Principles of Digital Communication II
    5. MATLAB Tutorial Movies

Computer Networking

    1. Introduction to Computer Networking
    2. Computer Communication Networking
    3. Wireless and Mobile Networking
    4. Internet Protocols [IP]
    5. Broadband and Optical Networks
    6. Wireless, Wi-Fi, VOIP and Many more

Mathematics

    1. Linear Algebra
    2. Differential Equations
    3. Introduction to Statistics
    4. Mathematical Methods for Engineers II
    5. Mathematics of Finance
    6. Applied Probability
    7. Discrete Mathematics
    8. Calculus-I Key Concepts
    9. Mathematical video lectures [All Topics]
    10. Brief review of Elementary Algebra
    11. Mathematical Problems II
    12. Statistics and Numerical Methods in HEP
    13. Finite Mathematics
    14. Dovermann’s Derive Videos

Physics

    1. Introductory Physics [University of California]
    2. Physics I: Classical Mechanics
    3. Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism
    4. Physics III: Vibrations and Waves
    5. Exploring BlackHoles: General Relativity & Astrophysics
    6. Modern Physics [Prof Sharma’s]
    7. Lectures on Quantum Physics
    8. The Wonders of Physics
    9. Physics – How Things Work
    10. String Theory
    11. Quantum Mechanics for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Chemistry

    1. Introduction to Solid State Chemistry
    2. Principles of Chemical Science
    3. Organic Chemistry
    4. Astrophysical Chemistry [NOVA]
    5. Organic Chemistry [Hoverford college]
    6. Organic Chemistry II [University Regensburg]

Anatomy & Physiology

  1. General Human Anatomy

How to Download MITOCW and UC Berkeley video lectures

Hi all, I have been receiving lots of mails on how to download video lectures which are available both on freevideolectures.com and various websites esp., on MITOCW and UC Berkeley University.

1. Because Most of the video lectures are streaming, you need to have a streaming recorder. You can download a trial version of HiDownload.

2. Install it.

3. Get the video URL you would like to download.

  • For Downloading the videos which are being played at freevideolectures.com, Go to the page(i.e Course page) where videos are being played and look for “visit main site” or “Course website” as shown in the picture and Click on visit main Site. You will get the actual course web-page.

 

  • For videos hosted on other website, Go to that video lectures page and just follow these steps.
  • Choose the lecture you would like to download. Right click on the link, you would get a option “copy link location” in FireFox and “Copy Shortcut” in Internet Explorer. click on that as shown in the picture i.e the video link is been copied.

4. Now Open the HiDownload tool, which you have installed in step 2 5. Goto File -> Add, you would get a pop-up as shown in the below fig.

  • Right click on the URL location and click on paste and then OK. The video will be saved in the location where you have installed the HiDownload. You can change it to your preferable location by changing the location at “Save to” option in the above picture.

6. You must see this picture on your HiDownload tool. Click the image for big picture. You must be able to see all the details like, video name, time taken so far, time required to still, % of completion, connection

speed etc…

 

7. That’s all. Video will be downloaded .

8. If you have any doubts post them in the comment section.

I request you all to bookmark this on your favorite bookmarking site, so that everybody will come to know and will be helpful.

Thank you.