- Lesson web page
- Lesson Documents
- Lesson Audio
- Download all lesson files (ZIP file)
- One file which contains the lesson web page, the lesson documents, and the lesson audio files.
- The lesson is best viewed using Firefox, Chromium, or Google Chrome.
- If you wish, you may download the lesson in order to use it offline.
- Go through the lesson notes while listening to the audio commentary.
- Take notes.
- Pause the audio whenever necessary.
- Work through the homework problems referring to your notes and the lesson when necessary.
- Do not consider the lesson to be completed until you thoroughly understand it.
- This video is in WebM format. A list of browsers that support this format is given on on the Playing WebM Video page. Firefox and Google Chrome both support the format.
- If you wish to download the video for offline viewing, right click on the video and choose the "Save Video As…" option. Saved videos may be played offline using Firefox, another browser that supports the WebM format, or media player software such as VLC or SMPlayer.
- Video lesson page
- A page containing only the video.
- Make a ZIP file of the video lesson page containing the page, video, webvtt, and css files so that the captions may be used offline. The captions are not part of the video.
00:00: Put transcript here. Make transcript from audio to text conversion, or make transcript before recording.
00:05: Captions are better. Put them in a WebVTT file and use the <track> tag.
00:10: Lesson text version for use by the blind (not the actual text version of this particular lesson).
- Make source code available for accessibility by blind students.
- Use comments for descriptions of graphics.
- Use comments for descriptions of mathematics contained in the file.