The digital revolution in higher education has happened. The digital revolution in higher education has happened. In the fall of 2012, the most recent semester with complete data in the U.S., four million undergraduates took at least one course online...
... So where does that leave the nonprofit edX, considered one of the “Big Three” MOOC providers?
With over 90 partner institutions, $60 million in funding and more than six million learners, the last few years have marked a time of intensive experimentation for edX and its partner institutions, many of whom had never offered courses online...
"However, an unfortunate drawback to online courses is the lack of responsibility put on students." Knowledge is indeed also about ethics; blended learning, mixing in some real life contact, still holds an edge for that.
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