Mooc news



How Davidson, edX, and College Board aim to scale AP access

A blended learning project between the three organizations is focused at easing the AP teaching experience just as much as it is at learning.

Five international universities join FutureLearn

The MOOC platform will soon host new courses from universities in Spain, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia.

Coursera changes course on courses

One of the largest providers of massive open online courses is teaming up with several major financial and technology companies, the latest sign MOOC providers are scaling back their ambitions to up-end the world of academia to make a profit.

Melbourne never misses

Melbourne never misses – Stephen Matchett mentions Melbourne’s MOOCs in his Australian Higher Education update newsletter.

Would you hire someone with just online courses (MOOC) or competitive code experience in their resume? – Quora

Would you consider to hire some that lets say,  just have Coursera , khan academy , Learnable , etc, education in a technology that you require

Story of a MOOC – Online Duke

3 Academic Technology Consultants and 2 Online Course Builders contributed to creating and supporting the course. They contributed: 54 hours consulting and planning the course 45 hours recording videos 127 hours creating assessments 142 hours building the course online 219 hours monitoring the forum and making changes during the first session of the course Content … Continue reading Story of a MOOC →

How Nanodegrees Are Disrupting Higher Education — Campus Technology

New “micro” online certification programs are changing the educational pathways to success in certain industries.

MOOC Professors’ Agency in the Face of Disruption (EDUCAUSE Review) |

EDUCAUSE Review Online

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