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+ - MIT Considers Whether Courses Are Outdated->

Submitted by jyosim
jyosim (904245) writes "People now buy songs, not albums. They read articles, not newspapers. So why not mix and match learning “modules” rather than lock into 12-week university courses? A committee at MIT exploring the future of the elite school suggested that courses might now be outdated, and recommended creating learning modules that students could mix and match. The report imagines a world in which students can take online courses they assemble themselves from parts they find online: “Much like a playlist on iTunes, a student could pick and choose the elements of a calculus or a biology course offered across the edX platform to meet his or her needs.""
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MIT Considers Whether Courses Are Outdated

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Just go with the flow control, roll with the crunches, and, when you get a prompt, type like hell.

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