Jan 2, 2012

M.I.T. Game-Changer: Free Online Education For All
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Written by : Tom George| 2 | Education

Via Scoop.it21st Century Learning and Teaching

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) will announce on Monday that they intend to launch an online learning initiative called M.I.T.x,which will offer the online teaching of M.I.T. courses free of charge to anyone in the world.
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  • Good info shared.
    Thanks

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  • There’s nothing to be surprised because we are living in innovated world that everything seems to changed as we sleep and sooner or later we will live in a world we don’t used to live.

  • I know right Keri. I actually am still kind of in disbelief about this. This is a real game changer. Unfortunately and I am not an expert, but unfortunately our educational system is apparently falling behind in this country. So maybe this will give it a little boost.

  • This is surprisingly good information! I can’t imagine why this would not be picked up by many people. It also seems to be a bud of changing the game for untraditional students especially!


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