In this article, I show you my favorite places to find linear algebra resources.

If you’re looking for college and university linear algebra resources, you’ve come to the right place.

## #1 Linear Algebra Websites At Camosun College

A few math teachers at Camosun College have their notes posted online with clear explanations for MATH 251 – Matrix Algebra for Engineers.

Their websites contains tons of practice problems, lecture notes, and practice tests for all levels of Linear Algebra.

## #2 The Best YouTube Channels for Linear Algebra

Watching YouTube videos can be extremely helpful for studying linear algebra.

A lot of linear algebra courses are taught by showing you the procedures of how to solve problems.

I find it’s helpful to have a image in your mind of what is happening when you solve linear algebra problems.

Checkout these three Linear Algebra YouTube channels:

3Blue1Brown

Math with Professor V

The Bright Side of Mathematics

## #3 Free Online Textbooks for Linear Algebra

Who doesn’t love free textbooks!?

Here are a couple of my favorite free online textbooks for linear algebra complete with theory and practice problems with solutions.

MATH 110 Free Online Textbook at the University of Victoria

MATH 1410 Free Online Textbook at the University of Lethbridge

## #4 Heywood Academies Linear Algebra Google Drive

These are the linear algebra problems for tutoring that we’ve been developing here at Heywood Academies over the past few years.

This Google Drive for Linear Algebra problems is constantly being updated and improved.

## #5 MIT Linear Algebra Course

This site covers a lot of the same topics as the others, but at a more difficult level.

If your teachers likes to ask more creative questions on the test, this is a good resources to checkout.

They’ve got a full set of course notes and practice tests.

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