From IHE, universities that have made names for themselves in the market for “conventional” online programs are trying to sort out how high-profile “MOOCs” (i.e., Massive Open Online Courses) could affect their own positions; and Steve Kolowich on riding the MOOC wave. Ken Mondschein on how online “universities” are beginning to scam professors. Kevin Carey on the MOOC-led meritocracy (and more). Colleges ain’t what they used to be: Educational achievement has been stagnant for three decades — can online learning help? Yes, MOOC is the global higher education game changer. The body and the classroom: Robert Wyllie and Steven Knepper on phenomenology and online learning. Investors are pouring millions in online education — but does it get students jobs? David Youngberg on why online education won't replace college
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