Princeton University provides free and open access to a selection of free courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Princeton University. The aim of the free courses is to expand access to educational materials for all who wish to learn.
These courses, offered through online platforms such as Coursera, Kadenze and NovoEd, allow for interactive learning through the use of video lectures embedded with quizzes, a wide range of individual and group assignments, and online discussion forums.
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- Algorithms, Part I (Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne)
- Computer Architecture (David Wentzlaff)
- Effective Altruism (Peter Singer)
- Imagining Other Earths (David Spergel)
- Networks Illustrated: Principles Without Calculus (Mung Chiang & Christopher Brinton)
- Paradoxes of War (Miguel Centeno)
- Software Defined Networking (Nick Feamster)
- Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies (Arvind Narayanan & Ed Felton)
- Reinventing the Piano (Dan Trueman)
- Art of Structural Engineering (Maria Garlock)
While classes are self-paced and without prescribed start dates and deadlines, the course also features a private community in which students and teaching staff can participate in discussions about the content.