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OpenCourseWare

(MIT OpenCourseWare) Free courses from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2003, MIT first published on its website the course materials from 500 graduate and undergraduate courses in 33 disciplines, including all the sciences as well as arts and humanities. Included are lecture notes, syllabi, problem sets and solutions, reading lists, exams, even video lectures in some instances. Notably excluded is access to the MIT faculty.

Anyone can take a course without registration or qualification requirements, but MIT gives no credit for their satisfactory completion. For more information, visit http://ocw.mit.edu.
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The content she uses often comes from the MIT OCW project as well as from Stanford University, Seattle Pacific University, and Missouri State University.
Dentro de los cursos tipo OCW se encuentra MIT OCW, que de hecho fue el creador de este tipo de cursos y desde 2001 comparte su material de ensenanza en todas las areas del conocimiento en su sitio web (MIT OCW, 2001).
MIT OCW, which has been around for more than a decade, began as a way for MIT faculty to share resources with other instructors.
MIT OCW is an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to put all of the educational materials from its undergraduate- and graduate-level courses online, partly free and openly available to anyone, anywhere.
To date, the MIT OCW project has published online materials for 1,100 courses.
MIT OCW offers free, open access to educational materials from 1259 MIT courses for educators, self-learners, and students around the world for self-study or supplementary use.
MIT OCW has been a stoic, lone pilgrim in this journey, but the path is no longer as lonely.
MIT OCW currently offers free and open online access to the educational materials from 701 MIT courses, spanning MIT's five schools and all 33 of its academic disciplines.
MIT OCW is currently developing its own open source CMS for users around the world to use at no cost.
MIT OCW currently offers free and open access to the educational materials from 701 MIT courses, spanning MIT's five schools, and all 33 of its academic disciplines.
Initiated in September 2002 and currently in its pilot stage, MIT OCW ultimately intends to make available for public use the material from MIT's more than 2,000 courses.
Sapient, working in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), helped develop MIT OCW, a web-based publishing initiative that enables free, searchable access to content from 500 MIT courses to anyone around the world.