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News Roundup — Will Your Coursera MOOC Carry Second-Class Status?

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for June 2, 2013 Futurelearn made some noise at the end of 2012 that they were launching a...

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News Roundup – Is This Going To Be the Summer of the MOOC?

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for May 26, 2013 It was a relatively light week for MOOC developments, but that gives us time to...

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More Chinese MOOCs On the Way – EdX Adding 15 Universities to Consortium and Expanding Into Asia

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EdX is announcing this morning that they are adding 15 new universities to their MOOC consortium, including six in Asia and others in...

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MOOC News Roundup – The Low-cost Online Degree is Here

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for May 19, 2013 Before the big news, let’s look at some context. Our “something’s got to...

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News Roundup — Please Exit Your MOOC Through the Chegg Gift Shop

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for May 12, 2013 Let’s start with the big news first, even though you probably heard...

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Massive MOOC Grading Problem – Stanford HCI Group Tackles Peer Assessment

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Six weeks into Coursera’s Passion Driven Statistics course from Wesleyan University, students received a notice that they would...

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News Roundup — Continuing Ed MOOCs for Teachers, XPU College Readiness MOOC

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for May 5, 2013. The biggest development this week that will impact students is probably the...

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MOOC News Roundup – OpenUpEd and Financial Aid for Signature Track

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for April 28, 2013. Lots of commentary out there this week, but let’s focus on news you can use...

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MOOC News Roundup — Dinos, Sewers, Fractals and Webmaking

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  Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for April 20, 2013 Well, the biggest MOOC news this week — of course — was...

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MOOCs for Credit – Udacity and SJSU Crack Open the Flood Gates

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San Jose State University is tearing up the playbook lately. Last week they announced a project to use edX MOOC materials in flipped...

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