Do you ever wish you could get notes and problems to brush up on your Economics, Accounting, or Corporate Finance skills? Or do you need to learn more about Designing and Sustaining Technology Innovation for Global Health Practice for the upcoming biotech merger?
Well, thanks to MIT, all this is available online, for free.
Over the past ten years, MIT has put some 2100 courses online, through its commitment to the Open Courseware Constortium. The Open Courseware (OCW) consortium is a group of international universities who are placing the content of their courses online.
Lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, projects, practice problems, tests, and even online textbooks are available. Not every class has a complete array of material online, but most have lecture notes and practice problems. The best part of MIT's OCW is the large number of graduate courses available. Have you ever wondered what an MBA course is like? Well, the syllabus, lectures, and assignments are waiting for you.
Every year MIT, and the other members of the OCW consortium, upload additional courses and content to their websites. This vault of information continues to grow, and is available to anyone with an internet connection.
Courses I'm Interested in:
- Game Theory for Managers
- Global Markets, National Politics, and the Competitive Advantage of Firms
- Business Analysis Using Financial Statements
Take a peak, do some reading, and educate yourself.
See you next week,
Edit: Fixed Links.