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University’s Vampire Fictions course ends with no participants opting to pay for official recognition of their achievement
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology today released a series of working papers based on 17 online courses offered on the edX platform.
Professor of e-learning at the Open University, UK Interested in learning design, open educational resources, social media, elearning, learning theories, methodology, strategy and policy
The London Times interviews me and the cMOOC founders about the state of MOOCs. There are some important points in the article. George Siemens criticizes not only xMOOCs' lack of experimentation, ...
Coursework to be assessed for academic credit by member institutions
Webinar given for University of Cape Town 17-Oct-2013 exploring the pedagogical differences between cMOOCs and xMOOCs. Pedagogical recommendations given along w
Original vision lost in scramble for profit and repackaging of old ideas, say pair
The University of Central Lancashire is to begin offering academic credit for courses that students complete for free online.
Dr George Siemens talks about MOOCs and their benefits for the teacher and the learner in the context of open education and OER. Dr Siemens also gives advice...
Diana Laurillard explains why a model based on unsupervised learning is not the answer
Udacity Founder and CEO — and famed inventor of self-driving cars and wearable technologies at Google — came on the Structure Show podcast this week to talk about the promise, limitations and future of online education.
In developing nations, massive open online courses mostly end up educating the well-off, research reveals.
Open Education and MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) have been getting a lot of media interest over the last year or so, with some commentators stating that this represents the end of Higher Educ...
This week see’s the launch of FutureLearn’s first course, The Power of Brands. FutureLearn is the UK’s answer to Coursera, EdX and the like. I was keen to see what it was all about...
Why the techno-utopianists are wrong about online education's revolutionary power.