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Academia and the MOOC

by Educator at Montclair State University Official Page on Mar 18, 2013

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The New York Times said that 2012 was “the year of the MOOC” ...

The New York Times said that 2012 was “the year of the MOOC”
EDUCAUSE said that they have “the potential to alter the relationship between learner and instructor and between academe and the wider community.”
Can a course where the participants and the course materials are distributed across the web and the courses are "open" and offered at no cost to a very large number of participants who do not receive institutional credit be a worthwhile venture for a college?

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