Saturday, January 11, 2014

MOOC 2.0 - Winds of Change Essay Linked

Professor Mead rites another insightful essay, this time analyzing the push back against MOOCs by academia and the looming threat, to staid academia, of the rising MOOC 2.0 wave.  Below is an excerpt and a link to the whole thing. Read the whole thing!
In the end, students are going to learn more and pay less. That will be good for the human race as a whole and, for anyone who really cares about social justice and the condition of the poor, it will be a step forward. And for colleges and universities smart enough to surf the waves of change rather than lying passively on the beach waiting to be crushed, the ride will be thrilling and transformative, rather than horrifying and bone-crushing.

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