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June 2016

Facebook for MOOCs: A Bridge for Student Learning

I’ve long believed that Facebook is one of the most effective platforms for student discussion and collaboration within Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other online course formats. Facebook is a virtual meeting place that encourages authentic interaction, sharing and collaboration. I’ve found that closed Facebook groups, created for a specific course, generate more discussion,…

Here’s how to shape the future of higher education in India

If MOOCs fulfil their promise of being a catalyst for innovation, they can become complementing partners to universities

Moocs round-up: top free and low-cost online finance courses –

A collection of the leading programmes available for onlines study. Cost: £1,091 for final assessment, certificates and shipping Effort: 32 weeks with three hours of work a week, plus 22 weeks of assessment Certification: Complete 90 per cent of

Coursera’s co-founder on AI and how she’s helping refugees

If you’ve never done a MOOC – a massive open online course – you likely know someone who has.

Re-educating Rita

Artificial intelligence will have implications for policymakers in education, welfare and geopolitics

Guidelines framed for transfer of online credits to regular courses: UGC – The Economic Times

The guidelines have been framed keeping in mind the HRD Ministry’s massive open online courses (MOOC) platform ‘Swayam’.

New MOOC, grants from study abroad branch

News and business analysis for Professionals in International Education

FutureLearn Steps into the World of MOOC-Based Credentials With “FutureLearn Programs”

FutureLearn has launched its own MOOC credentials program, and the courses have good incentives for completion.

Are MOOCs Key To Ensuring Your Skills Remain Valuable? – Forbes

An exploration of how MOOCs can revolutionize how we learn and develop our professionals skills at work.

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