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Thursday, January 4, 2007
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By the end of this year, the contents of all 1,800 courses taught at one of the world's most prestigious universities will be available online to anyone in the world, anywhere in the world. Learners won't have to register for the classes, and everyone is accepted.

The cost? It's all free of charge.

Source: How to go to M.I.T. for free |

A sample of the courses offered include:

This is a pretty amazing resource! Check it out @ MIT OpenCourseWare

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1/4/2007 10:34 PM Eastern Standard Time  |  Comments [3]  |  Disclaimer  |  Permalink   
Friday, January 5, 2007 9:13:57 AM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)
I've been "taking" a social psychology class from Berkeley via podcast. A few schools like Purdue and Berkeley offer class recordings via podcast. There's a list at
Friday, January 5, 2007 10:07:24 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)
That sounds cool, Christina. What is the learning experience like? Is the any opportunity to collaborate with other people who are doing the same thing to discuss lessons or to interact with the instructors via some sort of a listserv or forum etc.?
Anil John
Tuesday, January 9, 2007 3:32:09 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)
Nope, no support for that at all. It's just the audio files. In fact, I can't even seem to get the full citations of the readings so I'm just listening. The Berkeley one was very high quality, but the Purdue one I gave up on because of the quality and the class itself wasn't that well done.
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