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The New York Times Knowledge Network has teamed up with Farleigh Dickinson University to offer accredited online courses on an array of subjects

Stephanie Pottinger
  • 11 may 2011

The New York Times Knowledge Network has teamed up with Farleigh Dickinson University to offer accredited online courses on an array of subjects. Huffington Post reports:

The courses will be open to all students and they may be taken individually or used toward an academic certificate.

The Times started The New York Times Knowledge Network in 2007. Course offerings have included “Elder Care: Navigating the Maze” and “California Wines: Napa Cabernet.”

Fairleigh Dickinson has two main campuses in New Jersey and two international campuses, one in Vancouver, B.C., and one in Wroxton, England.

The courses they are offering jointly will be taught by Fairleigh Dickinson faculty and will feature content from the Times’ digital content repository.

 

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