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EdX and San Jose State Announce Partnership for MOOCs In Blended Classes

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  San Jose Sate University and edX, the nonprofit MOOC provider founded by Harvard and M.I.T, announced a new partnership today to...

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News roundup | Coursera Starting Chinese-language MOOCs

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for April 7, 2013 Let’s start with my vote for the most overlooked news of the week (and a great...

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Credit Watch | Saylor.org Courses Approved for Credit At 7 Colleges

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It’s not quite MOOCs approved for credit, but it’s getting closer. Saylor.org, a nonprofit that offers free, self-paced online courses,...

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edX and Stanford Partnering on Open-source MOOC platform

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  As we noted earlier, edX is following an open-source MOOC model, releasing its source code for anyone use to homebrew their own...

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Weekly News Roundup | SUNY Giving Credit for MOOCs?

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for March 31, 2013.    While all the commentary last week, including ours, was focused on the...

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Aussie Collaborative Launches New MOOC Platform, Open2Study

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  Earlier this week, a new Aussie MOOC platform went live. Open2Study looks a lot like other platforms so far — free, open to...

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Weekly News Roundup | EdX Is Going Open Source

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Welcome. Here’s your roundup of MOOC News for March 23, 2013   The loudest news this week was out of California where legislators...

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