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Your Massively Open Offline College Is Broken

Your Massively Open Offline College Is Broken | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
I wrote a thing last fall about massive open online courses (MOOCs, in the parlance), and the challenge that free or cheap online classes pose to business as us
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Essay critiques the ideas of Clay Shirky and others advocating higher ed disruption

Essay critiques the ideas of Clay Shirky and others advocating higher ed disruption | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it

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Higher education: our MP3 is the mooc

Higher education: our MP3 is the mooc | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Academics have watched the internet change the music industry, books and news. And yet, now it's happening in higher education, we are about to screw it up, says Clay Shirky
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Academics have watched the internet change the music industry, books and news. And yet, now it's happening in higher education, we are about to screw it up, says Clay Shirky

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The Real Revolution Is Openness, Clay Shirky Tells Tech Leaders

The Real Revolution Is Openness, Clay Shirky Tells Tech Leaders | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Denver — Clay Shirky is one of the country’s most prominent Internet thinkers—“a spiritual guide to the wired set,” as The Chronicle Review put it in a 2010 profile of him. In his latest book, Cognitive Surplus, the New York University professor argues that a flowering of creative production will arise as the Internet turns people “from consumers to collaborators.”

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