Fishing experiments in the exhaust, experiments in the periphery, MOOC-thropology in the Field, and Design Research in the Core (Four Types of MOOC Research http://t.co/KzomhId0Xy via @educationweek)...
Manuscript submission - The only international journal dedicated to discussing and resolving the pedagogical, legal, academic, record keeping and security issues related to Massive, Open, Online Courses.
In “We’re All to Blame for MOOCs,” Patrick J. Deneen proposes a transformation away from global universities and toward identity-driven colleges as a defense against the coming shakeup from novel forms of online education.
Politicos back open online courses but with checks Times of India THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Cutting across party politics, politicians in the state came out in favour of assimilating the positive sides of the massive open online courses (MOOC) for...
I've decided to try out Storify as a way to capture some key news and concepts relating to 'big ideas' for the Emerging Technologies in Learning class that I'm teaching this semester. This is the first in my series.
Take courses from the world's best universities featuring their top professors completely free! That's what we've been hearing about MOOCs for the past two years or so and many articles I've read have swallowed this message almost without question, making claims that MOOCs will sweep away expensive higher education and revolutionize universities. Let's calm down a little now and ask why they are free and what the differences are between MOOCs and the regular university courses (campus or online) that cost money and are based on students meeting entry requirements.
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