Google has taken what its officials call an “experimental first step” into online education, releasing open-source software called Course Builder with the hope that universities will use it to deliver free online courses. Google says it is in talks with edX—a partnership among Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of California at Berkeley to offer free online courses. A post on Google’s research blog cites nine universities interested in using the platform, including Stanford University.
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