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  • 1. GOODBYE 9 TO 5 What MOOCs Mean for Academic Libraries
  • 2. Johnson, L., S. Adams Becker, M. Cummins, V. Estrada, A. Freeman, and H. Ludgate (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 Higher Education Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. (accessed July 12, 2013).
  • 3. Photo by David B. Gleason
  • 4. Kolowich, S. “Why professors at San Jose State won’t use a Harvard professor’s MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (May 2, 2013). (accessed July 12, 2013).
  • 5. Hill, P. “Emerging student patterns in MOOCs: A graphical view.” (March 6, 2013). e-Literate (accessed July 12, 2013).
  • 6. Still from The IT Crowd, Series 1, Episode 2. ITCrowdChannel, YouTube (accessed July 12, 2013).
  • 7. Photo by libraryrachel
  • 8. Photo by Elizabeth Albert
  • 9. “Students in the Twitter group had the benefit of almost-always-on support for academic, co-curricular, and personal issues.” Junco, R., G. Heiberger, and E. Loken. "The effect of Twitter on college student engagement and grades." Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning 27, no. 2 (April 2011): 119-132. Computers & Applied Sciences Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed July 12, 2013).
  • 10. Photo by cole24_ Emmons, M., and F. Wilkinson, “The academic library impact on student persistence.” College and Research Libraries 72, no. 2 (March 2011): 128-149. College & Research Libraries (accessed February 27, 2013).
  • 11. Photo by stuartpilbrow
  • 12. Photo by Andrew Finnegan
  • 13. Photo from the Kheel Center, Cornell University
  • 14. Photo by Bill Johnston
  • 15. Photo by Derek Bridges
  • 16. Citations ● Emmons, M., and F. Wilkinson, “The academic library impact on student persistence.” College and Research Libraries 72, no. 2 (March 2011): 128-149. College & Research Libraries (accessed February 27, 2013). ● Hill, P. “Emerging student patterns in MOOCs: A graphical view.” (March 6, 2013). e- Literate (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Johnson, L., S. Adams Becker, M. Cummins, V. Estrada, A. Freeman, and H. Ludgate (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 Higher Education Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Junco, R., G. Heiberger, and E. Loken. "The effect of Twitter on college student engagement and grades." Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning 27, no. 2 (April 2011): 119-132. Computers & Applied Sciences Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Kolowich, S. “Why professors at San Jose State won’t use a Harvard professor’s MOOC.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (May 2, 2013). (accessed July 12, 2013). ● Wallis, P. “Straining the quality of MOOCs: Student retention and intention.” (June 27, 2013). Hybrid Pedagogy (accessed June 28, 2013).

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