The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is developing technology that will allow students taking courses online to use simulated labs, interact with professors and other students, and earn certificates, Reuters reports.
“The driver is to reach everyone out there who can’t be here,” MIT Provost Rafael Reif said on a conference call with reporters on Monday.
MIT is already known for its OpenCourseWare program, which offers some 2,100 courses online for free. Until now, students worked through MIT course material on their own and were never tested. Beginning in a few months, however, they will be able to see sought-after professors in videos, engage in student discussion groups, and take examinations…
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