With this month marking the tenth anniversary of MIT OpenCourseWare -- in which MIT offers free access to things such as course syllabi, lecture notes, exams and so forth -- the edu-tech blog Mindshift (part of the Argo news blog network that I belong to) has a list of ways it has "freed" education.
The main list:
CREATING THE MOLD
DEMOCRATIZING HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATION
PROVIDING VALUABLE CONTENT
ENABLING LIFELONG LEARNING
REINFORCING THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
DEMONSTRATING THE NEED FOR MORE
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