OCW Bookshelf

MIT OpenCourseWare shares the course materials from classes taught on the MIT campus. In most cases, this takes the form of course documents such as syllabi, lecture notes, assignments and exams. Occasionally, however, we come across textbooks (and textbook-like course notes) that we can share openly.

UPDATE: As of May 20, 2014, please visit the new OCW Online Textbooks page for the latest index of over 45 textbooks.

Screenshot of OCW online textbooks page.

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  5. The PDF book linked from “RES.6-010 Electronic Feedback Systems Spring 2013” is actually a scanned book from 1975, textbook “Operational Amplifiers: Theory and Practice, James K. Roberge” originally published by John Wiley & Sons Inc. in 1975 in the United States and Canada.

    Just saying- this are not always lecture notes, not necessarily up-to-date .


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  10. Would be nice if someone put them all together in a central place so we could download them all with a single click. (torrent, anyone?)


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  28. I am very impressed with MIT and the availability of your coursework. I use it and hope other people use it as well. Regardless of whether we can show a piece of paper stating we sat on our butts for four to eight years in a classroom, many of us have the knowledge you’ve shared.
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