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Our history
MIT [corporate]

Published2011
PeriodicalVolume 2011
PublisherMIT

ABSTRACT
In 1999, MIT Faculty considered how to use the Internet in pursuit of MIT's mission—to advance knowledge and educate students—and in 2000 proposed OCW. MIT published the first proof-of-concept site in 2002, containing 50 courses. By November 2007, MIT completed the initial publication of virtually the entire curriculum, over 1,800 courses in 33 academic disciplines. Going forward, the OCW team is updating existing courses and adding new content and services to the site.

Keywords Open Educational Resources · MIT · OCW

Languageeng
Other number2011-11-03
URLhttp://ocw.mit.edu/about/our-history/
Access date2011-11-03
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