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2016-03-04

Reflecting on the reality of the have’s and have not’s in eLearning in 2016

The other day I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Hennie Esterhuizen, the Manager of e-Learning Support at North-West University in South Africa. He and a colleague had come to USQ on a bit of a

Learning with MOOCs III

Learning with MOOCs III: 

Being and Learning In a digital age

‘Many Faces of Dementia’ MOOC Attracting Thousands | Myinforms

Timothy Shakespeare, Sebastian Crutch and Nick Fox, all researchers at University College London, have created the first massive open course on the lesser known effects of dementia. “The Many Faces of Dementia” is focused on four of the less common effects of the disease. It airs on March 14, and it is free of charge. […]

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Addressing gaps in MOOC research | Academica Group – Research and Consulting for Higher Education

The vast majority of existing empirical research on MOOCs has been performed in North America, write George Veletsianos of Royal Roads University and Peter Shepherdson of the University of Zurich, and this research often provides little insight into how MOOCs might operate in different contexts.

A Systematic Analysis and Synthesis of the Empirical MOOC Literature Published in 2013–2015 | Veletsianos | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

A Systematic Analysis and Synthesis of the Empirical MOOC Literature Published in 2013–2015

Open University posts £7m loss as student numbers slump

Distance learning institution and owner of FutureLearn describes results as ‘disappointing’ but ‘not entirely unexpected’

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