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2015-11-03

My Kinky MOOCs | Front Line Genomics

When asked by Front Line Genomics to write an article about some MIT Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) I’ve been following over the last couple of years, I wondered: what is the story behind the story? What was my true motivation? I am very grateful for my MOOC experience, but why did I do them …

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Knight Center celebrates three years of MOOCs in journalism, passes 70,000 students in its online courses

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is celebrating the third anniversary of its unique program offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Big Online Courses (BOCs). So far, 62,

Fullbridge To Offer Career Development Courses on edX — Campus Technology

Fullbridge, a company that provides online training programs, will offer a series of online career development courses on the edX platform.

Popular philosophy course now offered online | Scoop News

One of the University of Auckland’s most popular undergraduate courses is about to become the first offered online, meaning students have no excuse for missing a lecture.

MOOCs of Hazard

Will online education dampen the college experience? Yes. Will it be worth it? Well…

Coursera is now available for Apple TV

Coursera’s online learning platform is now available for Apple TV, which the company says is a first.

Coursera’s Financial Aid: What it is and who is benefiting

When Coursera began offering our first paid product, Course Certificates, we also committed to supporting a comprehensive financial aid option. We knew that financial aid would be critical to…

Survey ‘Comparing institutional MOOC strategies’ repeated – Higher education Online: MOOCs the European way (home)

This year’s survey ‘Comparing institutional MOOC strategies’ is now open. The survey is available in three languages and will close at 24 November 2015. First results will be presented at the Conference “WOW! Europe embraces MOOCs

Where are MOOCs going? | Emma Project

The island of Capri provided the backdrop to an International MOOC conference hosted by the Federica WebLearning Centre at the University of Naples, Federico II on September 25th and 26th 2015. The event – Where are MOOCs going? The future of Distance Education – took the form of open brainstorming around a series of MOOC-related themes.

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