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Online Education to Disrupt College Tuition Costs | Heartlander Magazine

Andrew Kelly, director of the American Enterprise Institute’s Center on Higher Education Reform, says breaking higher education into smaller pieces, which has been referred to as “unbundling” it, will benefit students. Kelly says unbundling would give students more choices and lower costs if students were able to take MOOCs rather than be forced to obtain an expensive degree by spending four years on campus.

ModPo: Long Live the Online Seminar

ModPo illustrates that the seminar is not only compatible with online education, it’s an upgrade to it.

The Internet Isn’t Education’s Savior

Online courses aren’t reaching those who need them most, researchers find.

Financial boost for USQ project to improve lab education

WORK is underway on a new open online course to enhance laboratory learning outcomes for both secondary and tertiary students.

McKinsey is MOOCing on Up

The Chicago-based company not only made MOOCs appealing but also ensured the learning transferred immediately to clients.

Special Issue: Towards a European perspective on Massive Open Online Courses – Vol 16, No 6 (2015)

The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning ( is a refereed e-journal that aims to advance research, theory and best practice in open and distance education research.

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Danger of #MOOCs being treated in panel as a single entity when part of subset of huge diversity of online learning #OEB15

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