Fine Structure

Breaking in to Academics

I'm brainstorming ideas for how to grow my physics knowledge without being in fulltime school. Thinking about taking physics classes at SF State since CCSF doesn't offer much. Planning on taking other fun math stuffs as well. Any other ideas for learning outside of school?

(Also, I'm trying out a new type of post. Sometimes I'm not really in the mood to write 900 words on whatever I'm thinking about, I just want to communicate with readers. That's the intent with these 'quickie' posts)

Comments

Well, I found a way is to listen to audiobooks, available from the local library or uni.
Teachers company http://www.teach12.com/ is particularly famous for their audio/video courses, so I suggest to look their.

June 5, 2008
1:57 PM

From Alexander Mikhalev

Another one good way to start is to get podcasts from ted.com.
Look on this for example http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/199
I was stunned!

June 5, 2008
2:00 PM

From Alexander Mikhalev