Colleges have been in the news for putting course materials, including recorded lectures, online – most recently in the Wall Street Journal. I got curious, Googled around, and found these videos of MIT’s “18.03” (differential equations) lectures, taped in 2003.
Fantastic. The professor, an Arthur Mattuck, is clearly one of the great pedagogues. As the MIT site says, “Professor Mattuck has inspired and informed generations of MIT students with his engaging lectures.” I haven’t taken calculus in about a decade, but I could follow this. Enjoy.