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Introducing this course

Some years ago, some top universities started to put their courses online, for free.
When I was able for the first time to follow a course of Linear Algebra from MIT,
one of top tech universities, for free, I didn't believe it.
(if you are curious this course is still available here:Linear Algebra course from MIT
The choice of these universities changed the approach to study and was the begin of a disruptive change in knowledge, at every level.
It was 4th April, 2001 when MIT released MIT OpenCourseWare. Now not only software was open-source, but also the knowledge started to be "Open" and "free".
Today (January 2018) more than 800 universities offer free courses online.

A slow start

In 2001 another disruptive project made its first steps: Wikipedia.
Not only Wiki replaced old, expensive encyclopedia, but involved communities, all over the world, in every language.
So we passed from a centralized, paid form of knowledge to a shared community-generated work of knowledge.
Other projects took advantage from 2000 Internet boom, for example Project Gutenberg,
where you can find more than 40,000 literature books no more protected by copyright

Where we are now, and the future

Today we have thousands of MOOCs, LMS, learning systems suppported by VR, videos, audio, natural language, AI, bots. Don't you know what are we speaking about? Follow this short course, and you'll enter in the edTech ecosystem.

We believe in a worldwide school in the Cloud.

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