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Examining the development of the Massive Open Online Course
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Who Performs the Best in Online Classes?

Who Performs the Best in Online Classes? | Massively MOOC | Scoop.it
Which types of student characteristics lead to the best performance in online classes? That depends on how you define

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More reflections on MOOCs and MITx

More reflections on MOOCs and MITx | Massively MOOC | Scoop.it

In the above post, Stephen Downes sets out very clearly his views on what MOOCs are and what they do, mainly in response to an earlier post by Clark Quinn, in which Clark argued that there should be some way to integrate both cognitive and social learning theory within the design of MOOCs.


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How could MITx change MIT? | Inside Higher Ed

How could MITx change MIT? | Inside Higher Ed | Massively MOOC | Scoop.it

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology ended 2011 with a grand announcement: It would broadcast massive, open online courses — equal in rigor to its on-campus offerings — to tens of thousands of non-enrolled, non-paying learners around the world. Eventually, the university would offer these students a pathway to some sort of credential. The project, called MITx, was heralded as a major step toward using technology to refigure the economics of higher education.

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