Dec 09


No more squirreling away those files on personal computers, web sites, and departmental servers — not with MIT’s Superarchive. MIT’s Technology Review goes over how DSpace began, it’s goals and speaks to a few at participating Universities.

See also and the source code at sourceforge.

And MIT’s other high-profile project, OpenCourseware is discussed again, now that it’s officially well underway. Hmmm…

MIT made its decision on OpenCourseWare only after a study conducted in 2000 by Booz Allen Hamilton, the consulting company, found that there was no market for selling MIT courses online.

How did I overlook that tidbit the first time around?

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