Ole Miss announces historic collaboration
This spring, the University of Mississippi will become the first university to offer traditional graduate course with open elements through online collaborations with two cutting-edge groups, opening up new avenues to provide free education opportunities on the meaning, application and impact of “openness” in the digital world.
The two collaborations are with Peer2Peer University’s School of Open, which uses volunteers to develop and run online courses, offline workshops and in-person training programs, and Open Educational Resources University’s WikiEducator platform. OER University, or OERu, is an international consortium of universities working to create affordable pathways to formal university credit using open educational resources.
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