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In past posts, I have touched on the subject of business school activity in the realm of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), which over the short period of time I looked at them previously had begun to grow rapidly. Today, however, there is a sea change in both the quantity and types of institutions offering MOOCs in the business education space, in the types of instructors teaching them, and, especially, in the types of courses being offered.
HOW UNIVERSITIES PROFIT FROM MOOCS: “How do MOOCs make money?” is a question often directed to companies like Coursera and edX that help deliver them. But the query is just as appropriate for universities as they decide whether they want to join the MOOC-wagon. After all, is it worth it?A white pape
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When students with a disability took on the Goliaths of MIT and Harvard with regard to the accessibility of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) that they were offering through edX, many internationally thought that they would fail. In the agreement reached with the US Federal Court however it was deemed that edX, which has over …
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