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Will teachers and students overlook expensively purchased ejournals, ebooks and databases if the library is not involved ? asks David Cohen (Educause Review May/June 2002)
MIT OpenCourseWare provides free access to course materials developed for students taking courses at MIT. Here you will find content from most MIT subjects, including syllabi, class notes, reading lists, assignments, and other class materials. MIT is pleased to make this information freely available to faculty, students and other scholars worldwide for educational and research purposes.
MIT and the OpenCourseWare team provide through this website the first sampling of course materials from MIT's Faculty.
(June 2001).
The Sakai Project is a USD6.8M community source software development project founded by The University of Michigan, Indiana University, MIT, Stanford, the uPortal Consortium, and the Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The project is producing open source Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE) software with the first release in July 2004. The Sakai Educational Partners' Program extends this community source project to other academic institutions around the world.
by Ken Ishii and Bernd Lutterbeck. (November 2001).
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