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250 MOOCs and Counting: One Man’s Educational Journey

If the MOOC movement has faded, nobody told Jima Ngei. Mr. Ngei, who lives in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, has completed and passed 250 MOOCs, all through… 255 more words

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April 2015 Newsletter from A to Z Grantwriting Arts and Education posted on LACN by Linda Vallejo

A to Z Grantwriting Arts and Education Newsletter for April 2015 as posted by Linda Vallejo in the LA Culture Net  (LACN) Yahoo Group:

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How ‘Elite’ Universities Are Using Online Education

By Steve Kolowich

After years of skepticism, higher education’s upper class has finally decided that online learning is going to play an important role in its future. 276 more words

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edX to Improve Access to MOOCs for People With Disabilities

By Casey Fabris

Under a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Thursday, edX, the nonprofit MOOC provider created by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has agreed to make its offerings… 222 more words

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The End of College? Not So Fast

By Donald E. Heller

In his new book, The End of College: Creating the Future of Learning and the University of Everywhere, Kevin Carey lays out a dystopian future for American higher education as we know it. 446 more words

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Cut Through the Hype, and MOOCs Still Have Had a Lasting Impact

By Jeffrey R. Young

To some people in higher education, “MOOC” has become a punch line. The initial hype around so-called massive open online courses was so intense — promising a “tsunami” of change, according to… 194 more words

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