## Free Courses

This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra

Online notes written by John Beachy and William Blair for students using the textbook Abstract Algebra. Notes intended to help students with proofs and with computations. Includes Java applet written by John Wavrik of the University of California at San Diego.

Review of basic math concepts produced by GCF Global Learning. Site includes interactive activities and tutorials with visuals and sound. Requires free registration.

COW is an internet utility for learning and practicing calculus. It was designed at Temple by two members of the Temple University Mathematics Department, Gerardo Mendoza and Dan Reich.

Free web-based publication of virtually all course content at over 30 acclaimed universities world-wide. Requires free registration to access current and future course offerings.

A Fractals Unit for Elementary and Middle School Students

Introduction to fractals written by Will and Rhonda Webber. Fractal curves, systems, Tower of Hanoi, Abacabadabacaba, and more.

Complete courses and tutorials for more than 120 different vocational and academic courses listed by college disciplines. Scroll down, for example, to the College of Mathematics or to the College of Engineering and Technology. Open the “College” to find courses under additional sub-divisions.

Mini-lessons, worksheets, extra practice on concepts from Prealgebra.

A free and comprehensive resource that is a collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT. Begin with “Browse by Category” button, select subject area, then find courses.

OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a free and open course through the Internet. It is a digital publication of course materials by the universities. Maintained by Freeinuk.co.uk.

Site is divided into 22 units: Logic, Arithmetic, Graphs, Angles, Linear Equations, more. Scroll down through the list of topics and select specific lessons to study. Each lesson is interactive.

Eight interactive units: Mathematical Diagrams, Factors, Pythagoras´ Theorem, Rounding and Estimating, Data Analysis, Nets and Surface Area, Ratio and Proportion, and Brackets. Part of Mathematics Enhancement Program site.

Internet for Mathematics is a free online tutorial to help university students develop their Internet research skills. Until August 2011 the Virtual Training Suite was managed by a team at the Institute for Learning and Research Technology at the University of Bristol. It is now hosted and managed by TutorPro.

List of Internet Resources for College Math Students compiled by Alan Cooper (Langara College, retired). Site includes applets on homepage for a variety of math topics.

The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) with the mission of providing a world-class free education with user-paced exercises to anyone, anywhere.Click “Search Khan Academy” at lower left corner of page on website. Then Select MATH.

Math, Science, Social Sciences, History. Free university lectures in video, audio, note format. Select subject from list on left of site. Site maintained by onlinecourses.com.

"Free math lessons and math homework help from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond. "

Extensive list of topics with very clear explanations. Select from the index (all topics listed on the site) or from a list of topic areas.

Free university lectures in many subjects of math. Select subject from list on left of site. Lectures are in video, audio, note format. Site maintained by onlinecourses.com.

These resources have been developed as part of the Mathematics Enhancement Program as part of the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (University of Exeter). They were funded principally by the Garfield Weston Charitable Foundation.

Free tutoring with excellent videos by a wide range of instructors. On site, use menu in left window to find course concepts. Site address: MathTV.com

"...basic computer concepts and skills so that people can use computer technology in everyday life."

MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Click on “Courses” drop-down menu at top of website, find a course by selecting “Department”.

Instructor providing notes for Algebra, Calculus I II III Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. Review of Algebra/Trig for Calculus Students, a Complex Number primer, a set of Common Math Errors, and some tips on How to Study Math.

Review of topics from arithmetic to differential equations. There are no interactive materials within the notes, but there are links to "Cyberexams". The explanations are quite complete and would supplement a course nicely

The goal of the Teachers´ Lab is to provide teachers and educators with a deeper understanding of commonly taught math and science concepts...Each lab will combine online activities with background information, interactive polls or worksheets

A Free Online Interactive Math Tutorial for pre-algebra students. Site created and maintained by Wayne Allen Bateman.

Introductory unit to right triangle trig used in Intermediate Algebra classes at Whatcom Community College. Includes examples, exercises, and answers.