Lesson One in ww
's ad hoc, OTTOMH, CS degree program: Remember to search for the info you need.
Lesson Two, search (as applied to Google): "Computer Science" on-line site:*.edu
Lesson Three (Reading assignment, as obtained in Lesson Two):
- Free Online Course Materials | Electrical Engineering and Computer ...
ocw.mit.edu › Courses - Cached
Free open online Electrical Engineering Computer Science course materials from MIT. Lecture notes, exams, audio video lectures, textbooks by MIT professors.
- Online Program | Department of Computer Science at Illinois
cs.illinois.edu/online - Cached
The program offers a Master in Computer Science degree, online certificate programs related to several different computing areas, and individual courses for ...
- Engineering and Computer Science Online | Engineering at Illinois ...
online.engineering.illinois.edu/ - Cached
Accredited Engineering Degrees Online at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) online.
- Stanford School of Engineering - Stanford Engineering Everywhere
see.stanford.edu/ - Cached
... sequences: the three-course Introduction to Computer Science taken by the majority of Stanford's ... Online social networking with fellow SEE students. ...
Those are just the top four (non-sponsored ad) hits... in what the nice folks at big G say is a list, at least 10 pages in length. Sure, some of them will require fees or tuition, but some are free... and probably geared for individuals such as yourself.
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