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Director
Joined: 04 Jan 2006
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06 Mar 2007, 14:18
One of the best websites to learn!!!!!!!!!!!

AWESOME!!!!!!!

Guys have fun.. Before we begin our MBA, we can analyse and see which classes we need to do from their website..

ANyone have any suggestions?

It will be nice if some mba first years can analyze and say do the following classes before you begin the MBA.. that way we can have the link to the classes that we should take from here..

any idweas?

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Joined: 20 Sep 2005
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06 Mar 2007, 14:21
Am I missing something here? How exactly does one learn from powerpoint slides of past lectures ? Powerpoint slides are usually augmented by the professor's verbal discourse.

willget800 wrote:
One of the best websites to learn!!!!!!!!!!!

AWESOME!!!!!!!

Guys have fun.. Before we begin our MBA, we can analyse and see which classes we need to do from their website..

ANyone have any suggestions?

It will be nice if some mba first years can analyze and say do the following classes before you begin the MBA.. that way we can have the link to the classes that we should take from here..

any idweas?

Kudos [?]: 38 [0], given: 0

Director
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06 Mar 2007, 18:14
lhotseface wrote:
Am I missing something here? How exactly does one learn from powerpoint slides of past lectures ? Powerpoint slides are usually augmented by the professor's verbal discourse.

willget800 wrote:
One of the best websites to learn!!!!!!!!!!!

AWESOME!!!!!!!

Guys have fun.. Before we begin our MBA, we can analyse and see which classes we need to do from their website..

ANyone have any suggestions?

It will be nice if some mba first years can analyze and say do the following classes before you begin the MBA.. that way we can have the link to the classes that we should take from here..

any idweas?

they have video and audio slides too..

not bad for free.. agreed nothing compares with professor interaction.. but still.. lot of stuff still to learn from here

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06 Mar 2007, 18:43
Can you point me to the video and audio slides? Now that will be quite useful.

willget800 wrote:
lhotseface wrote:
Am I missing something here? How exactly does one learn from powerpoint slides of past lectures ? Powerpoint slides are usually augmented by the professor's verbal discourse.

willget800 wrote:
One of the best websites to learn!!!!!!!!!!!

AWESOME!!!!!!!

Guys have fun.. Before we begin our MBA, we can analyse and see which classes we need to do from their website..

ANyone have any suggestions?

It will be nice if some mba first years can analyze and say do the following classes before you begin the MBA.. that way we can have the link to the classes that we should take from here..

any idweas?

they have video and audio slides too..

not bad for free.. agreed nothing compares with professor interaction.. but still.. lot of stuff still to learn from here

Kudos [?]: 38 [0], given: 0

VP
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Posts: 1016

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06 Mar 2007, 18:51
Only the following courses have video and audio.
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/OCWHelp/avocw.htm

BTW, how is your Berkeley course going ? Can you share your experience.

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06 Mar 2007, 21:40
lhotseface wrote:
Only the following courses have video and audio.
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/OCWHelp/avocw.htm

BTW, how is your Berkeley course going ? Can you share your experience.

I handed in my stats homework yesterday, and the reply was (and I'm quoting), "10/10 A+ Excellent 100"

Yep, that's right. I rule. I can find average, mode, and median like you wouldn't believe.

We'll see what happens in Unit 2....

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07 Mar 2007, 06:18
aaudetat wrote:

I handed in my stats homework yesterday, and the reply was (and I'm quoting), "10/10 A+ Excellent 100"

Yep, that's right. I rule. I can find average, mode, and median like you wouldn't believe.

We'll see what happens in Unit 2....

WOW, I've heard about grades inflation before. But I never realized it had become such an epidemic...

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Director
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07 Mar 2007, 07:14
lhotseface wrote:
Only the following courses have video and audio.
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/OCWHelp/avocw.htm

BTW, how is your Berkeley course going ? Can you share your experience.

My berekeley course is going ok.. Been busy outside work..
So my course load looks ok.. the work I do is just around 6 hours a week on a saturday afternoon, and I can finish the assignments.. Had a mid term too... did well..

Now its not that much interesting as being in a class

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07 Mar 2007, 07:18
Good stuff
Thanks

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07 Mar 2007, 07:18
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