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Open Courseware

Posted in Life Stories by zenmaster on October 17, 2006

I’m being diagnosed with another symptom of internet addiction. Besides of getting info from HowStuffWorks, Answers.com, digg, archive.org, online library, ibiblio, ebooks and mother lodes of information. Thanks to digg.com, I’ve discovered open courseware for the first time. Some of the universities that provide the open courseware are MIT, Harvard, Berkeley UC and UCLA.

Endless pursuit of knowledge has now began. Okay, maybe I won’t recieve a certificate in return. Nevertheless, due to limited time allocated, I don’t even have a time to learn it, be it from anthropology up to music metallurgy. I need to make a schedule on my internet activities then (such as which sites to visit and its duration). Click here to search your desired course, for free.

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  1. Steve said, on October 23, 2006 at 10:56 pm

    Agreed with you. We don’t even have a time to learn via open courseware. Sigh, imagine if there’s more than 24 hours a day.

    Secondly, I don’t know if open courseware is considered a stripped down version of long distance learning.


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