According to Delft’s Willem van Valkenburg, MOOCs are already changing higher education in at least four important ways
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By almost any measure, the University of Illinois and Coursera have created an online MBA program that offers extraordinary value to students. The question now is, can they continue to offer such great value as the program scales?
Looking at published data about the cost, time, effort required to complete these different microcredentials, one thing is clear: there is very little standardization among microcredentials.
Learn about the newest national MOOC platform, Campus-il. This initiative from the Israeli government offers free courses to speakers of Hebrew and Arabic.
SDG Academy helped us to identify more than 100 courses on sustainable development from global universities including Harvard, Oxford, Stanford, and MIT.
As MOOCs move from an experimental technology to a more standard learning resource, course developers and MOOC platforms alike are spending more time thinking about how to make MOOCs accessible.
MOOCs made a good showing at this year’s ASU GSV, including a panel discussion, two thought leader sessions, and at least two company pitches (including one from Class Central’s own Dhawal Shah!)
What will university education be like ten to fifteen years from now? One Mexican university isn’t waiting to find out.