On January 22 at 2 p.m. ET Inside Higher Ed presents MOOCs for the Rest of Us, a webinar focused on how colleges can consider these issues. Two experts from the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education will lead a discussion on MOOCs. Experts from the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education on the role of online education at a range of institutions. MOOCs have become the talk of academe, with many colleges and universities debating whether they should start them or join one of the consortia offering the courses. But what of colleges that don’t plan to offer their own MOOCs? Are there ways they can use MOOCs or MOOC-like approaches to enhance their curriculum in ways that are consistent with their institutional missions?
Higher education reforms, said President Obama in TIME's special issue on higher education, "are taking root and delivering results." Still the challenges facing students and educators today—especially around cost, access, and what defines a...
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