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You're replying to a comment by Srivathsan KR.
This is a great initiative- building communities of learners in each subject. Let us hope more listeners come up with course blogs like you. You may also take notice of developments outside of MIT OCW. For example visit:
Where you will suites of about 40 hours of recorded lectures in each course in about 60 courses (and increasing) for the undergraduate engineering subjects posted by the IITs in India. Meanwhile Wikipedia is trying to establish a Wikiversity. Best wishes.
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