Community-Developed Courses

Course Materials for Learners and Educators

The OLI community extends far beyond the halls of Carnegie Mellon University. Using the OLI platform and methodology, faculty and institutions have created and shared online materials to support instruction, providing practice and feedback throughout for a supported learning experience.

Important to know: The Open Learning Initiative (OLI) does not grant credit for the completion of any course. OLI also does not provide any verification or certification of completion.


Developed through the TAACCCT program, this module is offered as an engaging tutorial for solving systems of linear equations and inequalities. Students will solve systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables using a variety of methods: substitution, elimination, and graphing.

The National STEM Consortium academic certificate in Cyber Technology is built on a 30-semester-credit model with learning outcomes mapped to the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. Graduates are prepared for entry-level Cyber positions in across industry and in government, and have an opportunity to sit for nationally recognized certifications from Cisco and CompTIA.

Developed through the NSC’s participation in the TAACCCT program, this course is designed to support the development of foundational skills in workplace communication and mathematics that are used in various STEM careers.