NJIT: The Edge in Knowledge

NJIT is a member of the worldwide OpenCourseWare Consortium. NJIT's OpenCourseWare (OCW) site offers free and open digital publication of high-quality educational materials, organized as courses. Some courses can be viewed in video, while others are only in audio. Course lecture notes and presentations are also posted for some courses.

"It wasn't too long ago that people paid a sizable sum of money to buy CDs of the best lectures of top university professors," said Gale Spak, associate vice president of Continuing Professional Education at NJIT. "Now thanks to this Consortium, this information is free. There is no reason for anyone anymore not to have undergraduate and graduate-level material at their fingertips. Self-learners and busy professionals in need of just-in-time knowledge are big users of this source."

News from our OCW blog
April 24th, 2013
New Venture Management Instructor: Robert J. Ziese, J.D. This course consists of 12 part lecture series that combines classroom instruction in business management and a term project involving the analysis of a business case. The course is designed to build upon and integrate the student’s... read more!
July 14th, 2011
http://chronicle.com/article/A-College-Education-for-All/128162/ A College Education for All, Free and Online By Kevin CareyAll around the world, people have been waiting for someone like Shai Reshef to come along. Reshef is the founder and president of the University of the People, a tuition-free... read more!
August 26th, 2010
Practical Advice for Teaching with Twitter By Mark Sample Last week I introduced a pedagogical framework for using Twitter in your teaching, organized along two axes: monologic to dialogic and passive to active. These high-falutin terms are fine for a theoretical matrix, but what about the real... read more!