Sunday, February 06, 2011

Online Courses, Still Lacking That Third Dimension - NYTimes.com

Check the article link below for a timely technology + education snapshot by Randall Stross

“Unlocking the Gates,” by Taylor Walsh (Princeton University Press) is a recently published history of M.I.T.’s online venture, as well as those of Columbia, Harvard, Yale, the University of California, Berkeley, and others. Comparing the book’s case studies, I found that Carnegie Mellon seems to have made the most progress in developing fully self-contained online courses. Anyone can use them free, with the proviso that Carnegie Mellon doesn’t offer credit.

Online Courses, Still Lacking That Third Dimension - NYTimes.com

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