Massive open online courses shake up the way professors teach traditional classes. Maybe we'll end up not with lecture classes and not with MOOCs, but a highly effective combination.
The Financial Times takes at how traditional lectures are being affected with the rise of MOOCs.
“I don’t see the MOOC that I teach as a threat to traditional universities or to the discipline, rather just the opposite. It’s the sort of thing a public university should be doing: broadcasting its knowledge.” – Dr. Matt McGarrity
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This is an archive of curated research articles about e-learning and online learning.
Researching the Potential of K-12 MOOCsTuesday, June 18, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET