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Re: [school-discuss] 'MIT tries free Web education'

    I enjoyed the virtual tour of the museum. But where's your
Dave Prentice
-----Original Message-----
From: jeff williams <cfiaime@nconnect.net>
To: schoolforge-discuss@schoolforge.net
Date: Monday, October 14, 2002 7:46 PM
Subject: Re: [school-discuss] 'MIT tries free Web education'

>On Monday 14 October 2002 08:53 am, Rasjid Wilcox wrote:
>> Not K-12, but good to see nonetheless.
>> http://news.com.com/2100-1023-961563.html
>> ... in a time when many Universities seem to have forgotten that
>> is gained by sharing, not by hoarding.
>Interesting.  We've started to record some classes and place the
audio online.
>For the past three years or so the presentation graphics for each of
>Concordia University Wisconsin computer science courses have been
>online.  You might take a quick look at http://www.cs.cuw.edu for the
>we are doing.  I'm particularly proud of the course CSC-175... :-)
But that
>one isn't being recorded this semester.
>We not only are making our class materials available, but this
provides an
>opportunity for students who do miss a class to have the notes and
>assignments.  Most of my CS students will print the presentation
>before class and use the printouts for taking notes.  Works well.
>jeff williams - cfiaime@nconnect.net
>                jeff.williams@cuw.edu