MOOCs, then, appear to represent everything democratic, inclusive, and populist about American culture at its best. Knowledge is freed from the halls of academe and anyone can learn -- they can even earn credit for taking certain courses, and some traditional colleges, including my own institution, are increasingly willing to accept it.
If we’re being open and inclusive, though, what are we opening and what we including people in? Is watching a series of videos the same thing as taking a course? How can a professor evaluate the performance of 93,000 people? It seems indisputable that tens of thousands of students cannot possibly receive personal feedback and mentoring from one instructor...."
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Sprint Ninjas When I wrote my book, The 2020 Workplace, in 2010, I made a prediction some considered bold: that by the year 2020, social media training in the workplace would be as common as ethics and diversity training.
"Students may no longer enjoy the luxury of slacking off in privacy because of new electronic textbooks that report their study habits. Teachers can track the time spent reading e-textbooks and see the notes or highlights made by students through the new service offered by CourseSmart Analytics. Three U.S. universities and colleges have signed on to test the e-textbook service before it becomes widely available in 2013 — a way to identify students who need help and gauge the e-textbooks that hold student interest."
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