Online Ed Expands
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  • RHD

    Yale has quite a menu of free-to-all courses available online, as does the Sayler Foundation. In contrast, the Harvard-MIT offerings are few and mostly in technical subjects (computer science, e.g,.). I’ve watched a few sessions of some of the Yale courses and they are quite good, and also include the reading lists, assignments, etc., that Yale students get when taking the same course. But they do not offer any interaction or opportunity for feedback. Haven’t sampled any of the Sayler offerings yet.

    Definitely an educational approach with huge potential.

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