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Project Greenfield: A New Way of thinking about MIT OpenCourseWare

“Wouldn’t it be great if MIT OpenCourseWare…” How many times have you thought about this? What if there were a sandbox in which we could test and experiment with the tools and services that might prove useful to OpenCourseWare visitors, and more generally open educational resource content providers? The Office of Educational Innovation and Technology (OEIT) at MIT is setting up just such a sandbox, through Project Greenfield, to experiment with innovative experiences built on a mirror copy of MIT OpenCourseWare.

Muramatsu, B. (2010, November 2). Project Greenfield: A New Way of thinking about MIT OpenCourseWare. Presentation at Open Education 2010 Conference: Barcelona, Spain, November 2, 2010. See also:

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