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Khan Academy - PhysicsEdit

Level: Introductory. Some tutorials require calculus.
Recommended Prerequisites: 


Algebra, Calculus for some tutorials

As taught by: Sal Khan (Khan Academy)
Textbook: None

Materials provided: Video lectures


MIT OpenCourseWare - 8.01Edit

Level: Introductory, calculus-based. 
Recommended Prerequisites: 

Calculus

As taught by: Walter Lewin (MIT), Fall 1999
Textbook: Ohanian and Markert, Physics for Engineers and Scientists

Materials provided: Video lectures, assignments, lecture notes, exams 


MIT OpenCourseWare - 8.012Edit

Level: Introductory, calculus-based. MIT's "honors" freshman physics course.
Recommended Prerequisites: 


Calculus

As taught by: 


Adam Burgasser (UCSD), Fall 2008

Textbook: Kleppner, Kolenkow, An Introduction to Mechanics

Materials provided: Readings list, Assignments, exams, project 


Open Yale Courses - Fundamentals of Physics IEdit

Level: Introductory, calculus-based. Includes some material on special relativity, thermodynamics, and waves.
Recommended Prerequisites: 


Calculus

As taught by: 


Ramamurti Shankar (Yale)

Textbook: Wolfson and Pasachoff, Physics with Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Materials provided: Video lectures, problem sets, exams


Lagrangian and Hamiltonian MechanicsEdit

MIT OpenCourseWare - 8.09Edit

Level: Introductory, calculus-based. MIT's "honors" freshman physics course.
Recommended Prerequisites: 


Classical Mechanics (introductory level)

As taught by: 


Boleslaw Wyslouch (MIT), Fall 2006

Textbook: Goldstein, Classical Mechanics

Materials provided: Readings list, assignments (no solutions)

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