Opener 4 the world is open

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The World Is Open by Curtis J. Bonk,
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Opener 4 the world is open

  1. 1. http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
  2. 2. free
  3. 3. You need internet connectionAnywhere, anytime,with any gadget......
  4. 4. MIT OCW HISTORYhttp://mitworld.mit.edu/video/816 2009: Charles 10 years Completed 1,890 200 Vest: project Nov FREE mirrorApr 4, 2001 (2001 – 2011) 28, 2008 classes sites online
  5. 5. MORE HISTORY......... 35 millionA revolution All courses 1 million 50% are people for other have Web visitors per corporate exploreduniversities presence month self learners MIT’s onlineto emulate course
  6. 6. http://web.mit.edu/vfrl/www/people/yue.html BRAIN CHILD OF OCWMIT tossed out more than 1,800 courses and attracted mountains of jade
  7. 7. MOUNTAINS OF JADE....... new partners, users, onlookers, and well wishespractical feedback & never flattened educationending supply of information and raised $30 million of funds
  8. 8. OCW: A REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION MIT in Pakistan: MIT in India: MIT courses in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Thai, French, German, Vietnamese and Ukrainian
  9. 9. MORE OCW DEVELOPMENTOOPS in Taiwan CORE in China Over 100 universities offered OCW in 2008 Yale joined in 2007 NPTEL offered by IIT
  10. 10. WHAT IS OOPS AND CORE? Volunteers translate Lucifer Symbol of MIT CORE: Chu: WE-ALL- courses & translatedFounder of LEARN other OCW Chinese to OOPS motto projects English into Chinese
  11. 11. MORE OOPS STORIES... 3rd Online helporganization 500,000 for May visitors in 2,200 to have 12, 2008 2005; volunteers translation earthquake from over affiliate 1.9 million survivors in 22 countries agreement in 2008 Sichuan, Chi with MIT na
  12. 12. John Hopkins Utah State Bloomberg University TuftsMIT School of Public Health University
  13. 13. Japan Open Vietnam RaiCourseWare Fulbright FoundationConsortium Economics Colleges OCW OCW India
  14. 14. John Willinsky – “Access to knowledge is a basic human right” Current content not “Everyone has acredentialed, but right to education” provides OER. OCW – OUR RIGHT TO EDUCATION
  15. 15. OCW for primary & secondary educationGovt. to index and K-12 education market courses offering OCW Education: open & accessible to anyone
  16. 16. OpencourseWare Consortium and OER CommonsP2PU (Peer-to-Peer OERderves from University) Hewlett Foundation launched OED and Open Knowledge OpenCulture may Foundation be the future
  17. 17. Knowledge no longer need to be purchased EDUCATIONOCW is the key tolife long learning IN THE 21st CENTURYWe are all learners of life
  18. 18. The websites every school teachershould know: http://teachertube.com/

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