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Content Author:
Naveed Malik, Zaini Ujang
Date: 19 June 2019

Dr. Naveed Malik of the Virtual University of Pakistan describes how his university was designed to deal with lack of access issues and shortage of qualified faculty members for higher education in Pakistan. Dr. Zaini Ujang, Former President and Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, discusses his efforts to make Universiti Teknologi Malaysia locally relevant but global in its mindset. 

Content Author:
Vijay Kumar Ed. D, Krishna Rajagopal, Claudia Urrea, George Westerman
Date: 18 June 2019

MIT Open Learning and J-WEL have been actively involved in developing and advancing programs to address the needs of new types of learners, from pK-12 to higher education and workforce learning. This panel highlights the innovative and transformational aspects of these initiatives designed to provide quality learning at scale.

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Date: 9 March 2019

Curt Newton, Publication Director of MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW), discusses the current state and future direction of OCW.

Content Author:
Babson Survey Research Group
Date: 1 January 2019

The 2017-2018 survey on teaching materials in U.S. higher education shows a steady growth in awareness of open educational resources (OER). Responses from over 4,000 faculty and department chairpersons paint a picture of steady improvement, with almost 50% of faculty now reporting OER awareness.

Content Author:
Hal Abelson, Chris Bourg
Date: 6 September 2018

This paper provides MIT community members with background information to inform discussions about Open Access policies.

Content Author:
Richard Larson
Date: 14 March 2018

MIT Professor Richard Larson tells the story of how watching his son create a biology project using a computer, rare in those days, led to the beginnings of the LINC Conference.

Content Author:
Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, Patricia B. Arinto
Date: 29 December 2017

Education in the Global South faces several key interrelated challenges, for which Open Educational Resources (OER) are seen to be part of the solution.