The latest trends in education have seen a sharp rise in the popularity of online teaching. One new form of online teaching that’s doing the rounds is MOOC or Massive Open Online Courses as they are known as. If you wonder what’s this MOOC is all about and looking forward to know more, check through the article as we bring to you some information that will enlighten you on the topic.
Dr. Nellie Deutsch is back with the third version of the Moodle Mooc; fun and learning for teachers. Learn how to Moodle 2.5, and teach online with WizIQ.
Αre you up to speed on all the different flavors of MOOCs? The MOOCs Cheatsheet Infographic will help you make sense of the alphabet soup along with major MOOC providers, trends, and student demographics.
With many critics prophesying the early doom of MOOCs, there are some things to learn from some recent happenings in the market. Read ahead to find out what it is.
The Is 2014 the Year of the Corporate MOOC? Infographic presents the evolution in corporate training and 7 types of corporate MOOCs. All signs point to 2014 as the year of the corporate MOOC – when companies combine an engaging online MOOC experience with skill-based content so employees can learn anywhere, anytime.
While not yet proven, a new learning trend that has caught my eye is MOOCs, which stands for “massively open online courses.” What is striking about MOOCs is that they involve some of the nation’s most prestigious educational institutions and their star professors.
MOOCs have been likened to Monsters. But has educational technology been able to successfully tame them? There is an anticipation of the time when the MOOCs will take shape and mature. There is more to MOOCs than we think. Read to know more.
China’s newest open online course (MOOC) portal XuetangX is now teaching free college-level courses built on the open-source edX platform, developed jointly by Harvard and MIT in the US. The portal brings together 10 of China’s most prestigious universities. Many of the courses began...