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an engineering university in Cambridge

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This work examines technology innovations as well as political and cultural factors surrounding massively open online courses (MOOCs) and their role in transforming higher education through the OpenCourseWare (OCW) movement.
The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for OpenCourseWare cmsimpact.
For example, MIT inaugurated its free OpenCourseWare program in 2001 that offers MIT classes online and has attracted some 125 million visitors since it started.
I reviewed and summarized college surveys and concluded with other educators that the two best sources for free, high-quality online math courses at this time were MIT OpenCourseWare, now indicated as massive open online courses (MOOCs) and Khan Academy.
For example, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ("MIT") uses a Creative Commons public license for an OpenCourseWare project that licenses all 1800 MIT courses.
Consuming and producing linked Open Data: The case of Opencourseware.
Y eso que Coursetalk no incluye las iniciativas anteriores a la invencion de la palabra, como el MIT OpenCourseware, creado en el 2002 por el Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) y que hoy cuenta en su haber un total de 2.
Estaba mas interesado en desarrollar propuestas en el campo del aprendizaje y la ensenanza similares a lo que el MIT habia hecho con el proyecto OpenCourseware.
Algunos de los cursos siguen la iniciativa OpenCourseWare u OCW, en la que mas que un curso formal se ofrece el material docente, es decir, el material de ensenanza es libre y gratuito y puede utilizarse libremente respetando la cita del autor original (OCW Consortium, 2005).
One is the genre of the elaborated course description after the example of MIT's OpenCourseWare (1) initiative and its 280+ institutional followers in the OpenCourseWare-Consortium (2).
And apparently I wasn't alone: The spring 2011 class taught by professor John Guttag is the first option that pops up under Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) OpenCourseWare (OCW) Most Visited Courses tab, with the first lecture streaming more than 100,000 times on YouTube.
And my calculations don't even consider newly available knowledge (Khan Academy, the OpenCourseWare Consortium, Academic Earth, iTunesU), open-source technology residing in the cloud (Apache, Linux, Perl, SugarCRM), crowdfunding (Kickstarter, WeFunder, Startup Addict, Quirky, StartSomeGood), merchandise supply (Alibaba, Made-in-China.
He was recently elected to the board of the OpenCourseWare Consortium, the first community college representative on the panel.