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The Battle for Open and MOOC Completion Rates

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) Yesterday I wrote a post on the 20 Million Minds blog about Martin Weller’s new book The Battle for Open: How openness won and why it doesn’t feel like victory. Exploring different aspects of open in higher … Continue reading

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Combining MOOC Student Patterns Graphic with Stanford Analysis

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) In part 1, part 2, and part 3 of this series of posts on MOOC student patterns, I shared a description of five student patterns emerging from open-enrollment MOOCs (excluding those with an associated student fee) based on … Continue reading

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MOOC Discussion Forums: barrier to engagement?

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) Robert McGuire wrote an article for Campus Technology, Building a Sense of Community in MOOCs, that touches on an important topic – is the centralized discussion forum a barrier to student engagement? But more students can … Continue reading

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MOOC Mania: Stanford AI Course Creates Media Sensation Two Years Ago

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) It was two years ago, give or take a week, that the MOOC mania started. Think about the effects on higher education of this seminal event and how short a time it has been. In … Continue reading

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MOOCs in 2012: Dismantling the Status Quo

By Phil HillMore Posts (308) The dominant story in higher education for 2012 was clearly the rise of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), particularly the xMOOCs such as Coursera, Udacity, and edX. There has been a lot of debate on … Continue reading

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