August 14th, 2008 | Published in Google Code
With the fall semester rapidly approaching at universities all over, we're happy to share that we've recently made more content available on Google Code University. In case you're not familiar, Google Code University is a repository of educational material including tutorials, lecture slides, and videos focused entirely on computer science. Not only is it a collection of high-quality educational materials, but most of the course materials are Creative Commons licensed, to enable reuse and modification by educators and students alike.
This recent update includes materials covering:
- Intro to CS Algorithms from Princeton and Stanford
- More content about the foundations of web security
- New Distributed systems materials from the University of Waterloo, Swarthmore, and Rutgers University
- A broad set of additional resources for teaching CS
We hope you find these new materials interesting and useful. If you have suggestions or materials you'd like to share, please discuss on the forum.