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The MOOC Where Everybody Learned

By Steve Kolowich

Some MOOC skeptics believe that the only students fit to learn in massive open online courses are those who are already well educated. 180 more words

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Ed Tech's Next Wave Rolls Into View

Roger Novak is a Fidelis board member and early investor. He recently wrote an article for The Chronicle of Higher Education, where he detailed an upcoming change in education technology. 285 more words

MOOC Provider Gets Into College Counseling

By Steve Kolowich

The providers of massive open online courses mostly cater to adults who already went to college. Now one provider, edX, is setting its sights on high-school students who are trying to get in. 155 more words

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Maybe It Is Better To Have Even More College Ranking Lists

Colleges are not synonymous with socioeconomic inclusion. In fact, the mere thought of attending a university in the United States can be considered an elitist act. 230 more words

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The Challenges of ‘Higher-Education Emergencies’

By Steve Kolowich | The Chronicle of Higher Education

WASHINGTON — One narrative that has driven widespread interest in free online courses known as MOOCs is that they can help educate the world. 311 more words

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Julie Schumacher’s Dear Committee Members

August 7, 2014 – Slate

Strongest Possible Endorsement by Rebecca Schuman

“For Dear Committee Members isn’t really an academic novel, or even an academic satire (since most of its depictions of Payne University barely count as hyperbole). 141 more words

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Can You Really Teach a MOOC in a Refugee Camp?

By Steve Kolowich

One narrative that has driven widespread interest in free online courses known as MOOCs is that they can help educate the world. But critics like to emphasize that the courses… 247 more words

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