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As MICA continues to implement new programs centering on the business side of artistic practice and new media technologies (just to name a few), some of the school’s beloved departments are falling by the wayside. Case in point: the university’s jewelry fabrication program, which is slated to close in the near future. (A petition opposing the program’s closure is available here.)
When MIT started putting educational material — everything from lecture notes to exams to videotaped courses — online in 2001, they had an inkling that the project would end up being popular. What they didn’t expect was 100 million-plus visits and 2000 available courses over the next decade. Now open courseware is a fact of the higher education world, and Johns Hopkins is following suit by offering a host of free online classes specifically designed to take advantage of the online platform, and go way beyond shoddily videotaped lectures with muddy sound. Instead of lasting a full semester, most are 4-6 weeks long, and many involve projects, papers, or assignments to make sure you’re truly learning. In true Johns Hopkins form, many are medicine/health/science related. Intrigued? A list of the initial course offerings is below the jump: