Poll: Have you used MIT OpenCourseWare?

Open education and MIT OpenCourseWare
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Have you used any MIT OpenCourseWare? If so, what resources have you found most valuable?
Architecture and planning
0% (0 votes)
Engineering
23% (56 votes)
Health sciences and technology
4.1% (10 votes)
Humanities, arts, and social sciences
5.3% (13 votes)
Science and math
23.4% (57 votes)
Management
4.1% (10 votes)
I haven't used any of them
20.1% (49 votes)
I haven't used the resources, but I will
20.1% (49 votes)

The decision by the MIT faculty in 2001 to allow anyone to use their course content was a groundbreaking move, one that has opened education profoundly. Since then, an estimated 100 million individuals have accessed MIT's resources.

Have you used any MIT OpenCourseWare? If so, what resources have you found most valuable?

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4 Comments

Todd H.'s picture

Nice intro to programming (Python) available in 'Electrical Engineering and Computer Science'.

chrisod's picture
Open Enthusiast

My son, who is homeschooled, is doing a biology course from there is fall, and an Econ course from Utah State Opencourseware.,

dragonbite's picture
Open Minded

Its an interesting concept. Just learned about it and haven't had the chance to try it yet.

vgold's picture
Community Member

I was very excited to try mit's open courseware. I wanted to take a course on aspergers and computers, but to my great disappointment found most of the information closed to the public. I think this is unusual. I hope they reconsider and open up some of the course links and information.
Thanks
Vicki Gold