OCW will soon reach a new milestone: ten years of free educational courses. In this webcast, our speakers discuss how the idea from MIT grew into an international movement, the current state of OCWs, and successes and barriers institutions face in launching OCWs.
Shigeru Miyagawa, a founding member of the faculty committee that proposed MIT OpenCourseWare, chair of the MIT OpenCourseWare Faculty Advisory Committee, department head of Foreign Languages and Literatures at MIT, professor of linguistics and Kochi-Manjiro Professor of Japanese Language and Culture.
Mary Lou Forward, executive director of the OCW Consortium
Steve Carson, External Relations Director, MIT OpenCourseWare
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