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Open Courseware UMass Boston Open Courseware

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3/5,
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  • Best for:
    Higher Education Students, Educators, General Interest
    Subjects:
    Sciences, Communications, Computer Science, Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Mathematics, Education
    Type of learning:
    Academic, General interest
    Course type:
    Self-paced free courseware
    Languages:
    English, Spanish
    Certification:
    No
    Learning pathways:
    No
    Mobile Apps:
    No
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    UMass Boston OCW is a free and open undergraduate and graduate educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners worldwide. The Open Courseware caters for high school students preparing for college, faculty looking for ideas for a new course, or individuals researching a topic. UMass Boston OCW does not grant credits or degrees. Courseware is categorised into 18 departments and content is delivered primarily in text format. Each course page offers a general description with information about the instructor, syllabus, schedule and assignments. No feedback is given for any assignments or exercises.

    Tools & Features
    • 18 subject areas
    • 50 courses
    • Text documents, exercises & assignments
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  1. Carolyn
    3/5,
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    Number of courses:
    2/5,
    Partner Institutions:
    3/5,
    Course format:
    3/5,
    Materials:
    2/5,
    Instruction:
    4/5,
    Assessment:
    3/5,
    Accreditation:
    1/5,
    Social tools & features:
    1/5,
    Interface usability:
    3/5,
    Pros - Free content based on the university's campus programmes
    No registration is required
    Cons - Limited slides, videos or lecture notes
    UMass Boston OCW offers some high quality course material in a variety of subjects. The content is best geared towards self-directed learners who prefer text-based study materials.

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