This is the post: "Technology is paving a new way for more students to connect with some of the best teachers on the planet. From Stanford to MIT to Harvard and beyond, there are massive open online courses sprouting up everywhere. It’s never been easier to take a course (or even get a whole darn degree) online.
But the newest move is toward MOOCs and it’s setting the edtech world aflame. In a good way. There are now news outlets and other organizations paying attention to what online strategy some schools are adopting and it’s increasing awareness of the hard work I know Edudemic readers do everyday. So what’s the current state of MOOCs (this infographic from Online Colleges should help) and, more importantly, does anyone else hate that acronym as much I do?" (Personally I prefer Jeff Lebow's COOL - anyway, the meat in this post is in the infographic) - Thanks to Shelly Terrell for her post on Facebook.
Via Vance Stevens