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By Vance Stevens:


I have to admit I would not be drawn to a blog post entitled so vacuously as, "what MOOC means to me" (so I thought up something catchy and made the real purpose of this post its subtitle). However, it's early days for working out what MOOC means for anyone. People have different ideas about what MOOC means, period. Obviously, the most relevant meaning is the one that reaches any one of us personally. MOOC means a lot to me, I'm going to try to pin down that meaning here, and maybe this will help you get your own grip on what MOOC might mean to you.

 

Many Questions Remain For MOOCs On Line Courses

http://collegepuzzle.stanford.edu/?p=2729

 

credits for this courses?

http://www.ydr.com/nation-world/ci_21992000/educators-explore-credit-free-online-courses?source=most_emailed

 

 

But enterprises are releasing iPad Apps for MOOCs

http://campustechnology.com/articles/2012/11/14/mooc-like-udemy-offers-ipad-app.aspx?admgarea=news

 

 


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