as the current pop phrase goes, "That's scary!"
in its current phrase, the web is definitely caveat emptor, and the
veracity and usefulness of much information is more than suspect.
clearly standards should/must be maintained by an academic
institution if its name and reputation somehow certify that taking
the course is of educational value......
(of course i know that the section on architecture and history
developed by us and contributed by my colleague is of value! :)
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