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4 Start-Ups Are Offering Free Online Courses - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education

4 Start-Ups Are Offering Free Online Courses - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Innovations in e-Learning | Scoop.it

"The market for free online courses is growing every week, with new companies emerging to offer open courses to anyone who wants them. Some of them have forgone the support of traditional institutions to try the for-profit waters instead. For anyone who might be struggling to keep track of the ever-growing field—the companies’ names can sound similar or stretch the bounds of the dictionary—below are four recently created start-ups challenging the traditional degree model with their free online courses:...."

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Faculty Focus Email

Faculty Focus Email | Innovations in e-Learning | Scoop.it
The eQuality program provides a method for ensuring and demonstrating quality across online courses and degrees...
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Virtual courses make professors brokers of learning | News & Events | Wake Forest University

Virtual courses make professors brokers of learning | News & Events | Wake Forest University | Innovations in e-Learning | Scoop.it

"This past summer a group of students gathered for a course taught by the Wake Forest University School of Law. The students and Professor Steve Nickles met at 5:30 p.m. several times a week.

The course was split into two separate courses — debtor-creditor law the first half of the summer; bankruptcy the second half.

As each class began, Nickles looked at the students’ faces. He could see each and every one. He could hear each distinct voice, observe each divergent expression. It was all so clear. Everything in focus. Total synchronicity.

As far as the location from where each student was taking the class, well, in most cases Nickles could only imagine."