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|Title: ||Open Learning Initiative|
|Authors: ||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Issue Date: ||2003 |
|Publisher: ||Carnegie Mellon University|
|Abstract: ||OLI project, Carnegie Mellon is working to help the World Wide Web make good on its promise of widely accessible and effective online education. OLI grew out of collaboration among cognitive scientists, experts in human computer interaction and seasoned faculty who have both a deep expertise in their respective fields and a strong commitment to excellence in higher education. The project adds to online education the crucial elements of instructional design grounded in cognitive theory, formative evaluation for students and faculty, and iterative course improvement based on empirical evidence.
The first courses developed through OLI are introductory courses intended to replace large lecture format courses in Economics, Statistics, Causal Reasoning, and Logic. The courses are highly effective, intellectually challenging sequences of instruction that reflect not just cutting edge technology but the most compelling ideas about pedagogy and content of introductory college level instruction.|
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