MOOC Resources 2 – 17SEP2012

  1. Are MOOCs the Future of Online Learning? | MindShift
  2. “Connection not Content; a Blog for MOOCs”
  3. MOOCs: Two Different Approaches to Scale, Access and Experimentation |e-Literate
  4. Reconceptualizing facilitation and participation in a networked (MOOC) context | Full Circle Associates
  5. The MOOC Guide
  6. MOOC SYNTHESIZER — IV | Inside Higher Ed
  7. Massive Open Online Courses: How “The Social” Alters the Relationship Between Learners and Facilitators | Inside Higher Ed
  8. Learning from MOOCs | Inside Higher Ed
  9. The History and Future of MOOCs and the New Open Education Week | Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning
  10. Observations about learning, knowledge and technology: Research publications on Massive Open Online Courses and Personal Learning Environments
  11. Jeff Selingo — A new school of thought for higher ed
  12. Harvard and M.I.T. Offer Free Online Courses – NYTimes.com
  13. Good MOOC's, Bad MOOC's – Brainstorm – The Chronicle of Higher Education
  14. elearnspace › MOOCs are really a platform
  15. George Siemens on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) – YouTube
  16. TravelinEdMan: Twenty Thoughts on the Types, Targets, and Intents of MOOCs – The World Is Open
  17. What’s the “problem” with MOOCs? « EdTechDev
  18. Discipline-Based Education Research: Understanding and Improving Learning in Undergraduate Science and Engineering
  19. MOOCs and the liberal arts « OpenFiction [Blog]
  20. Michael Geist – The Future of Education Is Here, It's Just Not Evenly Distributed
  21. Come the Revolution – NYTimes.com
  22. Playing the Role of MOOC Skeptic: 7 Concerns | Inside Higher Ed
  23. Peter Norvig: The 100,000-student classroom | Video on TED.com
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