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April 11, 2011MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
The universities in Maryville and St. Joseph are collaborating with 11 other campuses in Missouri to share re-designed classes.
The state has received a $250,000 grant and is working with the National Center for Academic Freedom on the project. It's helping 13 Missouri colleges and universities re-design existing courses, then sharing the new materials and components with other schools in the state. Northwest Missouri State University's coordinator for the project is Roger Von Holzen. He says sharing course materials helps everyone. The campuses hope to have the shared course re-designs finished by July 30th.