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View Resource Critical Thinking Web

Teaching critical thinking can be difficult, and it is nice to know that Professors Joe Lau and Jonathan Chan at the University of Hong Kong have created this site to help both teachers and students in this endeavor. Working with a grant from the government of Hong Kong's University Grants Committee, the two have created this website to provide access to over 100 free online tutorials on critical...

View Resource Paradox & Infinity

What is a paradox? More importantly, what is infinity? These concepts can blow one's mind in the best way possible and they are the subject of this course at MIT. Offered up as part of that august institution's Open CourseWare initiative, this semester long course was first offered in spring 2013 by Professor Agustin Rayo. In short, the course "explores different kinds of infinity; the paradoxes...

View Resource Jim Loy's Logic Page

This is a group of logic puzzles and musings upon self-referential statements and the value of logic.

View Resource Biochemistry Online: An Approach Based on Chemical Logic

Biochemistry Online is a Web-based textbook developed by Dr. Henry Jakubowski for his first-semester biochemistry students at the College of St. Benedict / St. John's University. While a few features of this Web site are specific to Dr. Jakubowski's course, the online textbook should be of use to any biochemistry student. Biochemistry Online follows a topic order and conceptual framework intended...

View Resource Digital Logic

For electrical or computer engineering students or anyone with a passing interest, this site presents a very good overview of digital logic. The basics of both combinational and sequential logic are discussed, and the design of specific components such as counters and shift registers are also illustrated. A particularly interesting section is devoted to the inner workings of logic gates, which is...

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