Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

Public implementation for demonstration and self-study

This is a public implementation of the online tutor for the MIT course Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (MIT course 6.001). The implementation is maintained by the MIT iCampus Outreach Initiative to be used for demonstration and for self-study as part of the iCampus XTutor project. Look here for information on the XTutor project, and also look here for instructions on getting started using this system.

This free online course is made available by MIT iCampus, MIT OpenCourseWare, and the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

MIT iCampus, sponsored by Microsoft Research, is aimed at achieving broad, substantial, and sustainable impact on higher education through information technology. iCampus incubates innovations for labs, classrooms, and campus communities at MIT and promotes their dissemination around the world.

Note to faculty: iCampus invites you to use these materials in your teaching. Contact the iCampus Outreach Director to reserve space for your class on this server.

You can learn more about MIT course 6.001 by visiting the 6.001 web pages on MIT Opencourseware.

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Last modified: Tue Nov 2 22:42:16 EST 2004