Mittwoch, April 05, 2006

MIT OpenCourseWare Turns Five

educating the world ... and THANKS to ALL who followed!

"Five years ago today, in an unprecedented step toward making knowledge accessible worldwide, MIT announced it would make the materials for nearly all of its courses available on the Internet.

Since then, MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) has flourished beyond all expectations. Educators around the world are extracting pedagogy, ideas and teaching tools from the MIT course materials -- including syllabi, course notes, assignments, problem sets and lab notes -- to fine-tune their own offerings at their home universities.

OCW now stands as a new model for disseminating knowledge, serving as a sort of "shared intellectual commons" available to educators and learners around the globe ..." more

MIT OpenCourseWare
with programs on

Aeronautics and Astronautics
Anthropology
Architecture
Biological Engineering Division
Biology
Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Comparative Media Studies
Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences
Economics
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering Systems Division
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Health Sciences and Technology
History
Linguistics and Philosophy
Literature
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Media Arts and Sciences
Music and Theater Arts
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Ocean Engineering
Physics
Political Science
Science, Technology, and Society
Sloan School of Management
Special Programs
Urban Studies and Planning
Women's Studies
Writing and Humanistic Studies

complete list of courses