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    MIT Reaches OCW Milestone

    Watch the video at https://edtechbooks.org/-omq

    YouTube Video
    Watch on YouTube https://edtechbooks.org/-RsBH


    Two MIT OCW videos (to this point) have been in the top 10 on Youtube – they are advanced engineering and math courses.

    Key Points

    This suggests to MIT that people want to learn – even things that aren’t traditionally considered “interesting”.

    Discussion Questions

    1. MIT OCW includes a disclaimer that it is not an MIT education. What are the things that make OCW different than an “MIT education”?
    2. Why do you think such complex MIT OCW videos have become so popular?

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