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Asunto:[GAP] Cursos gratis en linea del MIT / MIT OpenCourseWare Update
Fecha:Jueves, 23 de Febrero, 2006  14:17:19 (-0600)
Autor:Ricardo Ocampo <aina>

To: Foro RedLuz <fororedluz@...>
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:15:14 -0600
Subject: Cursos gratis en linea del MIT / MIT OpenCourseWare Update

From: Alfredo Ponce <taiaualpa@...>
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 19:59:38 +0000
Subject: FW: <alfredoponce>MIT OpenCourseWare Update

From: MIT OCW Update Newsletter List <ocw-mail@...>
Subject: MIT OpenCourseWare Update -- Vol. 4, Issue 2
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 10:08:44 -0500

MIT OpenCourseWare Update: February 2006

A Monthly E-mail Newsletter for Users
and Friends of MIT OpenCourseWare


The February 2006 MIT OpenCourseWare Update Contains:

1. New Courses Now Available
2. Ocean Engineering Courses Now Part of Mechanical Engineering
3. The Economics of Open Content
4. Open Educational Resources Survey
5. ParisTech OCW
6. Johns Hopkins School of Public Health OCW
7. Tufts University OCW
8. Utah State University OCW
9. China Quality OCW
10. Japan OCW Alliance
11. FETP OCW in Vietnam
13. Newsletter Available Online at

1. New Courses Now Available
MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) <>;  is pleased to announce
the publication of eight new courses as part of our Spring 2006 course
publication cycle. We now offer open access to the educational materials
from 1264 courses total, including the following new courses:
1.053J -- Dynamics and Vibration, Fall 2002
1.573J -- Structural Mechanics, Fall 2002
2.082 -- Ship Structural Analysis & Design, Spring 2003
2.701 -- Introduction to Naval Architecture, Fall 2004
2.993J -- Introduction to Numerical Analysis for Engineering, Spring 2005
2.996 -- Sailing Yacht Design, Fall 2003
6.453 -- Quantum Optical Communication, Fall 2004
18.440 -- Probability and Random Variables, Fall 2005

When looking at the complete MIT OCW Course List
<>; , look for the red NEW to
indicate newly published materials. MIT OCW will publish 150 new, and 75
more updated courses, by the end of April 2006.

2. Ocean Engineering Courses Now Part of Mechanical Engineering
Early in 2005, the MIT Department of Ocean Engineering became a center
within the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering. The MIT Department of
Mech E now offers an undergraduate degree in mechanical and ocean
engineering; and graduate degrees in ocean engineering, naval architecture,
marine engineering, naval engineering, and oceanographic engineering.

For MIT OCW users, you will find that all MIT OCW Ocean Engineering courses
will be listed under the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering
<>;  on the MIT OCW
site, and the individual department page for Ocean Engineering will be
removed from the MIT OCW site. No courses have been removed from the MIT OCW
Web site, but all Ocean courses will now be listed on the Mech E department
page at

To assist users in course and topic searchers, all Ocean Engineering courses
will have their former Ocean Engineering course number listed in parentheses
at the end of the course title. For example:
2.003J / 1.053J Dynamics and Vibration (13.013J), Fall 2002
2.011 Introduction to Ocean Science and Technology (13.00), Fall 2002

The Center for Ocean Engineering <>;  at
MIT now serves as the focus of all ocean-related activities at MIT, and
approximately 140 students are currently pursuing Ocean Engineering degrees
at MIT.

3. The Economics of Open Content
Together with Intelligent Television (
<>; ) in New York, MIT OCW co-sponsored
a two-day symposium on "The Economics of Open Content" at MIT on January
23-24, 2006. Among the 35 featured speakers examining new business models in
fields from software to courseware were New Yorker staff writer and
bestselling author (The Wisdom of Crowds) James Surowiecki, Sumir Meghani of
Yahoo!, and Yale Law School Professor Yochai Benkler.

Many of the symposium participants expressed a profound interest in making
the proceedings available online and in organizing follow-up gatherings to
bring together stakeholders in open content from various disciplines.
Streaming video and downloadable podcasts from the proceedings are now
available on WGBH's Forum Network
( In addition, a Wiki
environment has been opened for more participatory conversations at
http://www.opencontent.archival.! tv <> .
Intelligent Television is planning follow-up sessions in New York on June
5-6 and in San Francisco on September 11-12, 2006. More detailed information
is available at:

4. Open Educational Resources Survey
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
<,2987,en_2649_201185_1_1_1_1_1,00.html>  (OECD)
is a group of 30 member countries
ml>  sharing a commitment to democratic government and the market economy.
With active relationships with 70 other countries, NGOs and civil society,
the OECD has a global reach.

The OECD is studying the impact on open educational resources in higher
education, and would invite MIT OCW users to participate in a Web-based
survey for individual teachers, instructors and researchers using or
producing OER. All MIT OCW users working in a higher educational institution
that uses or produces open learning content -- such as courses, courseware,
learning objects, collections and journals, or open software tools to
develop, use, re-use and deliver learning content -- to take the survey. It
will not take more than 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

Take the survey at All MIT
OCW users completing the questionnaire will receive a free electronic copy
of the final report.

For more information regarding the study, please visit the OECD's
Directorate for Education
ml> .

5. ParisTech OCW
ParisTech <>;  is a collective
entity that includes 11 of the most prestigious engineering schools in
France. Each of its member institutions is known as the best in France in
its particular field. The research and teaching at the 11 institutions is
complementary and cover virtually all sectors of the various engineering
sciences. We encouraged users to visit the ParisTech OpenCourseWare
<>;  project at

6. Johns Hopkins School of Public Health OCW
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
<>;  (JHSPH) in Baltimore, MD, is
world-renowned as a leading international authority on public health. The
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's OpenCourseWare
<>;  project provides access to 20 of the school's most
popular courses.

7. Tufts University OCW
Tufts University <>; , with campuses in
Boston, Medford, Somerville and Grafton, MA, has a global reputation for
academic and research excellence, and innovation. The Tufts OpenCourseWare
<>;  project demonstrate Tufts'
strength in the life sciences, as well a multi-disciplinary approach, an
international perspective, and an underlying ethic of service to the
university's local, national, and international communities.

The following six courses were added to the Tufts OCW site in December 2005:
Producing Films for Social Change, Fall 2005
Pathophysiology of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Spring 2005
Musculoskeletal Pathophysiology, Fall 2005
Genetics, Fall 2005 <>;
Histology: Study of Cells, Tissues and Organs, Academic Year 2006
Geriatric Dentistry, Summer 2005

8. Utah State University OCW
Utah State University <>;  (USU) is one of the nation's
premier land grant and space-grant universities. USU OpenCourseWare
<>;  supports USU's institutional mission to serve the
public through learning, discovery, and engagement, and is available at <> .

In addition, for those institutions interested in implementing their own
"OpenCourseWare" project, Utah State University's Center for Open
Sustainable Learning <>;  has developed eduCommons,
an OpenCourseWare Management System designed specifically to support
OpenCourseWare projects such as MIT OCW and USU OCW. For more information on
eduCommons, go to

9. China Quality OCW (CNQOCW)
China Open Resources for Education <>;
(CORE), MIT OCW's Chinese language translation partner, now offers links to
more than 450 China Quality OpenCourseWare
<>;  (CNQOCW) courses for use and
sharing in China and globally. In addition, CORE has translated 109 MIT OCW
courses into Simplified Chinese, which are available at

10. Japan OCW Alliance
The leading nine universities in Japan -- Hokkaido University, Keio
University, Kyoto University, Kyushu University, Nagoya University, Osaka
University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, the University of Tokyo, and
Waseda University -- have formed the Japan OCW Alliance
<>; . These six universities now offer open access
to more than 100 courses, in both English <>;  and
Japanese <>; .

11. FETP OCW in Vietnam
Inspired by the MIT OCW initiative, the Fulbright School Economics Teaching
Program <>;  (FETP) in Vietnam launched
FETP OpenCourseWare <>;  in 2003, the first
"opencourseware" project to launch after MIT OCW opened in September 2002.
The Fulbright School participates with other academic institutions in
Vietnam to promote the use of innovative long-distance learning activities.

MIT OpenCourseWare <>;  (MIT OCW) is a large-scale,
Web-based publishing initiative that provides free, searchable access to the
educational materials from 1264 MIT courses for educators, students, and
individual learners around the world.

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