Lecture Notes
Special Relativity
The intended purpose of these lecture notes is not in any way to attempt to provide indepth discussions or any new insight on Special Relativity but to provide beginners a quick crash course on basic ideas, compuational techniques, and applications of Special Relativity so readers can advance more easily by filling in gaps with more indepth knowledge from currently existing so many wonderful books on Special Relativity.
These lecture notes should be accessible by undergraduate students of mathematics or physics who have taken Calculus, MultiVariable Calculus, and Linear Algebra.
Lecture Notes
References and Further Reading
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What are Lorentz Transformations? 1What are Lorentz Transformations? 2
Lorentz Transformation 3
Lorentz Invariance of Relativistic Equations
Time Dilation and Time Travel
Is FTL (FasterThanLight) Possible?
Why Can't Speeds Exceed \(c\)?
This is a guest post by Dr. Lawrence R. Mead. Dr. Mead is a Professor Emiritus of Physics at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Not in particular order. There are so many wonderful books on Special Relativity. I have listed below only some of those books on Special Relativity that I am familiar with.

Walter Greiner, Classical Mechanics, Point Particles and Relativity, Springer, 2004
Paul A. Tipler and Ralph A. Llewellyn, Modern Physics, 5th Edition, W. H. Freeman and Company, 2008
Richard C. Tolman, The Theory of the Relativity of Motion, University of California Press, 1917. A scanned copy is available for viewing online here.