Thursday, April 30, 2015

Despite popularity, experts remain divided on credit for MOOCs - Neelesh Moorthy, Duke Chronicle

Duke's popularity in Massive Open Online Courses is booming, but the University remains divided on whether or not to offer course credit. “In terms of the number of Coursera courses produced, Duke is one of the top 10 schools,” said Lynne O’Brien, associate vice provost for digital and online education initiatives. “Out of the top 20 Coursera courses of all time, Duke has three of those.” These large online offerings, more commonly known as MOOCs, are on the rise as more and more universities embrace their potential to provide quality learning for greater audiences, often free of charge. Coursera is an online interface for offering courses to an international audience. http://www.dukechronicle.com/articles/2015/04/20/despite-popularity-experts-remain-divided-moocs

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