Introduction to Number Theory 

The videos below are part of a remotely delivered course on introductory number theory, following Rosen's book. For the "license", click here. For mathematics presentations in general, the pause button is your best friend. But I must emphasize this statement for classes that involve proofs, such as this one. Because material can be presented rapidly with slides, there is no slowing down as I write stuff by hand on the board. That means you really need to pause the videos frequently to make sure that you can digest the points that are being made. The best approach is to first read the book and then follow the presentations. (That actually goes for any mathematics class, including those presented face to face.) For best performance, the videos should be downloaded and then run locally.
Obviously, if I post something, I want people to use it. If you are a teacher, feel free to use the videos and the slides in classes. The goal is to get people to do better in mathematics. One caveat: If you want to create an online course with the videos, note that I have already done so. Please consider sending your students to my course :) Slides for a presentation on online delivery (focused on Differential Equations)
