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2005 Final Eval Report

Posted in Uncategorized by scarsonmsm on June 14, 2006

The final version of the 2005 MIT OCW Program Evaluation Report, and a one-page findings summary, are finally available:

Final report (PDF – 9.1 MB)

Findings summary (PDF – 141 kb)

Comments and questions welcomed.


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  1. Twofish's Blog said, on June 14, 2006 at 6:41 pm

    Improving MIT OCW licensing

    One of my goals for the next few months is to encourage involved with MIT OCW to post course material without the restriction that the material be used only for non-commercial use. Reading Stephen Carson’s blogs has made me more aware of why fac…

  2. […] These two models, imperfect as they are, obviously provide insight into some important ways that OER use will develop. Nearly half of the educators coming to the MIT site reuse materials, and two thirds of them combine those materials with materials from other sources, and this is a critically important use. I’m less familiar with good examples of collaborative courseware development, but I’m sure they’re out there. But these two conceptual models, which tie OER use to emerging web technologies and practices, capture peoples imaginations far more than does the rather pedestrian idea of “reference,” which by comparison sounds like a dotty old librarian blowing dust off a book. […]

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