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Welcome visitors from the High Income Business Writing Podcast

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Thanks Ed Gandia for that interview for your High Income Business Writing podcast. It was a lot of fun. Readers, you are at the...

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Learning Design for Online Ed: An Interview With Gilly Salmon About Her Carpe Diem MOOC

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The video below is an interview with Professor Gilly Salmon, who has been a guest before talking about her extensive research in online...

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Using “Traditional” Online Education to Launch MOOCs: A Q&A With Colorado State’s Distance Ed Team

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Good morning. This is Robert McGuire at MOOC News and Reviews, and today we’re going to hear from part of the leadership team at Colorado...

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Weekly Roundup: MOOCish Online Classes. Will “Free” Go The Way of “Open”?

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for August 18, 2013 Some of the contributors to this site and I have been discussing the fuzzy...

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The Modest MOOC: How the Knight Center For Journalism Put On 5 Classes In 10 Months

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Hello everyone. This is Robert McGuire at MOOC News and Reviews, and today we’re talking with the Knight Center for Journalism at the...

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Weekly News Roundup: Free MOOCs Now With More Freebies

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for August 11, 2013 L3T 2.0 is looking for German-speaking volunteers to help them update,...

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ICYMI Week: Celebrating our First One Hundred MOOC Articles

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MOOC News and Reviews has been live for about four months, and last week we published our 100th article from our 25th different...

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MOOC News Roundup – Some Classes You Might Have Missed

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for July 28, 2013. It’s somewhat of a slow week, but we spotted a few classes you might...

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Weekly Roundup: Indian MOOCs, Journalism, Leadership, Fairy Tales and SJSU

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for July 21, 2013 We found some interesting classes out there this week. First up, a couple of...

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5 Tactical Questions Higher Ed Administrators Should Be Asking About MOOCs

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Massive open online courses — offered free and without admissions criteria to anyone in the world — may or may not be a...

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