MIT OCW's executive director Cecilia d'Oliveira's live webcast today was edifying, and will be posted -
and this MIT project is innovating in an ongoing way for the next 10 years.
After her talk, I mentioned, in chat,
about World University and School planning to accredit in California on MIT OCW,
and asked, also in chat,
if web cameras in MIT classrooms for matriculating classrooms in 2014 were possible, with graduate students in virtual worlds, which is how WUaS would like to start.
(I also mentioned WUaS's emphasis on the conference method:
Here's a 2001 NYT's article about MIT OCW -
which I've added to WUaS's Open Access Resources -
WUaS is like Wikipedia with MIT OCW.
Thank you MIT OCW!
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/08/uvs-nuur-basin-mongolia-mit-ocws.html - August 25, 2011)