By now, if you read this blog, I assume you at least have a passing familiarity with massively online open courses (MOOCs), the “disruptive” technology set to flip higher education on its head (or not). Such courses typically involve tens of thousands of learners, and they are associated with companies like Coursera, Udacity, and EdX. […]
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