A fairly recent development in the online world is the creation of MOOCs — Massively Open Online Courses. These are university level courses provided by university professors and staff for free to the public over the internet.
On December 14, 2012, Sebastian Thrun, Cathy Davidson, Jesse Stommel, Sean Michael Morris, Petra Dierkes-Thrun, and a small group of educational thought leaders will gather in Palo Alto to discuss the future of MOOCs in online education.
Anyone who has been paying attention to higher education this year will have heard of the MOOC – courses from prestigious universities offered for free online.There’s been great interest in them from… (An insiders guide to MOOCs by @_jamesfarrell ...
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