Dartmouth signs on to join Harvard, MIT’s free online course program
Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, have been increasingly popular and have rapidly changed access to higher education, Dartmouth College said in its recent announcement.
The courses will be taught by Dartmouth faculty members, who the college said, will receive substantial support from staff in academic computing and the college library to create and manage online course content.
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