RE: What’s up with MOOCs?

On December 20, 2013, Posted by , in Critique, Education, startups, tags , , , , , With No Comments

Got asked a few questions about the NYT article “After Setbacks, Online Courses Are Rethought” (http://buff.ly/1et8v0z) so I wrote down my notes. Would love to hear some of your thoughts too. Here are mine: 1. MOOCs are here to stay. A lot of investor money has been poured into it and many…

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