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Academic teachers and librarians providing the bulk of learning courses available New York, New York (United States) (OFFICIAL WIRE) May 18, 2013 Massive open online courses, MOOCs, have become increasingly popular since they joined the elearning ...OfficialWire, 2 hours ago MOOC's and the future of continuous education Times of India, 6 days ago Learn for Free with MOOCs US News & World Report, 1 week ago Coursera Adds More To Their Educational... Career College Central, 1 week ago
Professors across the U.S. are criticizing a rush to offer free online college courses, challenging a movement designed to spread knowledge and reduce higher-education costs. Amherst College faculty voted last month against joining an initiative led ...BruDirect, 17 hours ago
To motivate your workers, don't just manage. Be an advisor, says Coursera co-CEO Daphne Koller. In a taped interview with the Wall Street Journal , Daphne Koller, co-CEO and co-founder of Coursera , an online education provider, explains how she ...Inc.com, 3 days ago
In attempting to bring "MOOCs" to the world of teacher training, Coursera and its university partners are courting a new and potentiallyEducation Week, 4 days ago
Ordinarily, a professor would worry if only one out of every 10 students passed a class. But University of Virginia historian Philip Zelikow seems enormously pleased with such results from the course he just finished teaching on the history of the ...Washington Post, 4 days ago U-Va. MOOC finds high attrition, high satisfaction Washington Post, 4 days ago
The University of Melbourne Archives (UMA) holds an extensive repository of rare and fascinating historical records, images and personal papers of organisations and individuals, not only relating or connected to the University, but of local, ...Melbourne Age, 5 days ago
Why do students cheat — and how are they getting away with it? One unintended use for massive open online courses, dubbed MOOCs, is to help professors better understand the mechanics of cheating in online learning. Bernard Bull, assistant ...Venturebeat, 4 days ago Coursera Announces Deal to Offer Free Textbooks for MOOCs EducationNews.org, 1 week ago Free online textbooks? With Coursera, students to get selected works. Washington Post, 1 week ago Coursera to offer students free online textbooks, with conditions Washington Post, 1 week ago
A recent series in the New York Times highlights online education, the challenges in offering high quality courses, bridging the gap between classroom interaction and the flexibility online courses offer as well as the issue of monetizing what's ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago
Over the past couple of months, massive open online course (MOOC) providers have been the focus of dissension on some college campuses. But now online learning company 2U is getting some pushback of its own. Last fall, the company, which has ...GigaOM, 1 day ago Three universities back away from plan to pool courses online Inside Higher Ed, 1 day ago Coursera, Chegg Partner To Provide Free Textbooks Campus Technology, 1 week ago Coursera Partners with Chegg and Publishers to Offer Students Free Textbooks During its Courses University Business, 1 week ago
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