Stanford Introduction to Logic

An Online Course on Symbolic Logic

Appropriate for secondary school students, college undergraduates, and graduate students. To date, over 625,000 people have enrolled in various offerings of this course.


Click here to take the course.


Click here to get teaching materials for the course.


Click here to learn more about the rationale for this course.

Intrologic Summer Camps for 2020
  Non-Residential Program for Students (Stanford) - June 15 - June 26
Residential Program for Students (Stanford) - July 13 - July 31
Non-Residential Program for Students (Stanford) - July 20 - July 31

Teacher Training Program (Chicago) - June 22 - June 26
Teacher Training Program (New England) - June 29 - July 3
Teacher Training Program (Philadelphia) - June 29 - July 3
Teacher Training Program (Atlanta) - July 6 - July 10
Teacher Training Program (Houston) - July 13 - July 17
Teacher Training Program (Stanford) - July 20 - July 24
Teacher Training Program (Seattle) - July 20 - July 24
Teacher Training Program (Los Angeles) - July 27 - July 31

Other Online Offerings
  Coursera Online Course (quarterly)
OpenEdX Online Course (annual)
SCPD (annual)

Recent Secondary School Adoptions*
  The Harker School
San Francisco Union High School
Oakwood School

*These secondary schools have received approval to offer Intrologic for credit in support of UC's g requirement for Mathematics and Computer Science. They will be offering Intrologic in their respective schools starting in the 2018-2019 academic year.


Mission of Logic Education Project

Research on the foundations of logic, the development of innovative educational materials and technology, and the use of these innovations in online classes and traditional courses.

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