March 06, 2007
slashdot reports ftblguy writing
"MIT's Open CourseWare program provides a great example of how the open source movement is impacting education. The Online Education Database also lists Project Gutenberg, Wikipedia, Linux, Firefox, and Google (?) as some of the other open source in education success stories. Open source and open access resources have changed how colleges, organizations, instructors, and prospective students use software, operating systems, and online documents for educational purposes. Each success story has served as a springboard to create more open source successes."
MIT puts entire curriculum at disposal of e-learners
E-learning for free from famed US institute
How the Open Source Movement Has Changed Education: 10 Success Stories: How would you like to study at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) for free?...
Posted by rdivecha at March 6, 2007 10:32 AM