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Draft report of the MITx subcommittee of the faculty policy committee
Silbey, Susan · Chuang, Isaac · Gamarnik, David · Henderson, Diana · Kim, Dennis · Stubbe, JoAnne · Vliet, Krystyn Van · Hayes, Peter · Charan, Ravi · McDonnell, Colin · Tallapragada, Naren · Day, Daniel · Xu, Kelli

PublishedFebruary 2014
PeriodicalPages 1-17
PublisherMIT
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
The MITx Subcommittee of the FPC met over the course of two semesters to consider how to (a) provide faculty governance and oversight, (b) assign credit for online courses while assuring academic integrity, and (c) preserve the quality of the MIT educational program. Our recommendations for managing intersections between MITx and other online coursework and the residential program are summarized below and elaborated in the report.

Keywords academia and policy · OER accreditation · OER policy · OER quality

RefereedDoes not apply
URLhttp://web.mit.edu/faculty/reports/pdf/draftMITx2014.pdf
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