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Algebra I: Course Reserves

The last two centuries have seen many new branches of mathematics. Abstract Algebra is one such branch. Because of its vast applications in various disciplines of mathematics and also different subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Statistics and Computer Sci

Course Reserves

Course Reserves are materials that have been selected by your Instructor and made available to you through the University Library. Materials on reserve may include:

  • Copies of your textbook
  • Textbook Study Guides
  • Practice exams
  • Supplemental Readings (articles, book chapters, case study, etc.)
  • Films
  • Style Manuals

Some materials are available through our website in electronic format. Other materials such as books and DVDs can be checked out at the circulation desk for short loan periods.

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Active Course Reserves

Course reserves are learning materials made available by your course instructor with in this current semester.

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MIT Open Courseware

MIT OpenCourseWare is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity.

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It lets’ you search for items by the instructor's name, the course name, course ID, or title.