May 302013

+Martin Weller keeps on a good roll with another great post on MOOCs, this time about the new strategy by Coursera to offer regular online courses.

So what about MOOCs, you know, those free, open courses? Is this the end of them? No, I don't think so, but maybe they can now become what we always wanted them to be, focused on access and experimentation and not hype and commercialism.



I guess we all knew the MOOC bubble would burst sometime, but I’m saying it’s happened this week – it just doesn’t know it yet. The reason? Commercial MOOC providers have started making noises about becoming elearning courseware providers for…

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