- course + -ware (Wiktionary)
“Can I call courseware developed by my company the C”
“MIT open courseware, which is another large open content site, gets a similar number of hits, but how do we protect this?”
“Even courseware, which is often a compilation of photocopied texts, can run you hundreds of dollars.”
“And it's not the book that is being sold; it's "courseware".”
“Seemingly overnight the computer revolution has transformed "courseware" into a valuable piece of "content" that can be packaged and sold on the Internet, and online-education companies are racing to collaborate with academic institutions to exploit this burgeoning market.”
“It would be great to get this kind of courseware into schools as it would help all students understand how to engage online, how to contribute to an online project and how to apply FOSS principles to other areas.”
“The evenings are my time for writing, most of it creative writing these days (stories, plays, films, music, and poetry), but also sometimes essays, research and new 'courseware' and blog posts like this one.”
“HootSuite's Certified Professional Program doesn't break the bank either, offering graduating students the ability to continually develop with new courseware releases.”
“They talked about open courseware and ways to interact with people without using LMS and if there is a way.”
“Textbooks have not gone the way of the scroll yet, but many educators say that it will not be long before they are replaced by digital versions — or supplanted altogether by lessons assembled from the wealth of free courseware, educational games, videos and projects on the Web.”
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