This week we'll be filming Week 3 of the MOOC " The History and Future of (Mosthly Higher) Educatiion" that will begin starting in January 2014. The argument for Week 3 goes like this: Whereas everyday, everywhere ...
MOOC's have done a great job at creating courses open to massive enrollments from anywhere around the world. But how well are MOOC's doing at actually successfully teaching those students? Based on MOOCs equally ...
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