Open-Access Courses: How They Compare - The Digital Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education 2012-08-20


Use the link above to access the chart described in the following caption: “For millions of students worldwide, free, open courseware provides a window, if not a front-row seat, to top university classes. The formats are as varied as the people who tune in. Some consist mainly of lectures recorded on iTunes, while other courses seek to replicate a classroom experience by offering study groups, computer-graded tests, and weekly assignments. And while you might get a badge or certificate showing you mastered the material, you generally won't get direct interaction with the professor, who may have recorded the lectures a few years ago. Here is a look at five introductory economics classes: four through open courseware and one in a traditional classroom.”



08/16/2012, 06:08

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Date tagged:

08/20/2012, 17:58

Date published:

05/02/2012, 15:08