Media, Education, and the Marketplace

This course features a complete set of video lectures. The lectures include talks by a variety of educators and visionaries addressing the course themes.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Course Description :
MIT is devoted to the advancement of knowledge and education of students in areas that contribute to or prosper in an environment of science and technology.

This lesson is Made for :
  • Internet Users

  • You will learn stuff about :
  • Sustaining models - What are the strategies by which we will sustain creation and use of media forms for learning?
  • Access - Will the networked society be inclusive
  • or is there a danger that certain sectors of the population will be left out?
  • Learning - What are the media forms that will mediate learning
  • and what are the key pedagogial considerations?

  • Requirements for this lesson :
  • Able to listen all lessons without subtitles
  • Video
    5 minutes
    Skill Level


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