OpenCourseWare Launched at United Nations University

Jane Park

The United Nations University, an official member of the OpenCourseWare Consortium, has just launched their web learning portal. Joining more than 100 other institutions of higher education, UNU is providing open access to an initial dozen training courses, spanning from subjects like Integrated Water Resources Management to the Social Construction of Technology in Development.  The courses are aimed towards educators, students, and individuals–pretty much anyone who’s interested.

Rather than replacing for-credit courses, the United Nations University recognizes the significance of different approaches to education in the 21st century.  As a result, the courses are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 2.5 (CC BY).

One thought on “OpenCourseWare Launched at United Nations University”

  1. This,I think is a good development,for it will enable trainees to have better and easier access to exploring their courses.

    Portals serve as a good instructor to helping students find quicker and easier solutions what their courses is all about.

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