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The Coming MOOC Copyright Problem And Its Impact on Students and Universities

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  by Stephen Haggard Take a multi-platform digital mash-up of content...

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Entering Existentialism: A Review of Saylor.org’s Online Philosophy Class

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I’ve been as eager to report on Saylor.org’s class in existential...

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Can UX Design Improve MOOC Completion Rates?

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  Massive Open Online Courses are currently disrupting the higher...

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Your Brain Online: A Review Of The Neuroscience MOOC from Coursera

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“You, your joys and sorrows, your memories and your ambitions, your...

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Within This Digital O – A Review Of The Shakespeare After All Course From Harvard Extension

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Shakespeare After All: The Late Plays from Professor Marjorie Garber is the...

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A Review of Coursera’s English Common Law MOOC

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The desire to introduce students to a university or subject has often been...

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MOOC Around The World, Part 6 – “MOOCish” Online Ed Resources

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Hello and welcome back to another part of the “MOOC around the...

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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...

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Applying MOOC Lessons to Traditional Classrooms: Tips for Teachers

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One of the great benefits afforded by the current generation of MOOCs is their...

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A Review of rgMOOC, Rhetoric and Composition: The Persuasive Power of Video Games as Paratexts

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Summertime and the living is easy, or so the song goes. Among many hobbies of...

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Less Than Fantastic: A Review of the Science Fiction MOOC from Coursera

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My fifth Coursera class, Fantasy and Science Fiction: The Human Mind, Our...

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Heroic Effort: Comparing Two Classical Studies MOOCs

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The number and variety of MOOC’s available is always enticing. I started out...

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