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Strategy on Open Course and Teaching Material of Graduate Students of MIT
Chen, Sisi · Qiu, Fazong · Ye, C Q. [secondary]

Published2010
Type of workProceedings Paper
ConferenceProceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Information Technology and Scientific Management
PublisherSCI RES PUBL, INC-SRP
CountryChina, Asia

ABSTRACT
MIT became the first school to publish its resources shared to the public, then many schools joined to have resources shared and set open educational resources organization, which provides the effective means for promoting the educational resources. This paper dedicates to analysis the OCW and teaching materials of MIT to provide reference for improvement of ``elaborate course in universities{''} in China.

Keywords MIT · OpenCourseWare · teaching materials

Published at5005 Paseo Segova, Irvin, CA 92603-3334 USA
Languageeng
ISBN978-1-935068-40-2
URLhttp://www.scirp.org/proceeding/PaperInformation.aspx?paperID=13489&bookID=1035&bookTypeID=3
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