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CBT

CBT

Abbreviation for:
carotid body tumour
childhood brain tumour
Code Blue team
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive behavioural therapy (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive bias test
competency-based training
computer-based training (Medspeak-UK)
cord blood transfusion
cord blood transplant
core body temperature

CBT

Abbreviation for cognitive behavioral therapy.

CBT

cognitive behaviour therapy
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The India MOOCs platform will take off with three courses -- two from IIT Bombay and one from Princeton University.
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Some local universities, such as the University of Utah and Utah State University, as well as companies like Instructure, have recently started their own MOOCs.
Stanford University's artificial intelligence MOOC attracted 160,000 students from 190 countries in its first three months.
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Access to MOOCs is currently free but a model akin to pay per view is increasingly being considered by many adopters.
A MOOC allows anyone with an Internet connection to take college courses for free.
MOOCs originated around 2008, but it wasn't until 2012, which the New York Times dubbed "The Year of the MOOC," that it really started to catch our attention.
Although there was agreement that faculty are key to the MOOC movement, Gutmann reminded us that there are always skeptics who challenge ideas and inventions.