Online Learning Update

June 26, 2012

Reusable MOOC: When massive sync is lasting async

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

by Curt Bonk, Travelin’ EdMan Blog

Five Forms of Openness

Naturally, when you teach a massive open online course (MOOC), there is an emphasis on openness. In fact, I have tried to document and put on display this openness in the prequel to my World is Open book titled, “Sharing…the Journey.” Hence, I better be as open as can be about the MOOC resources or the critics will come out yet again. First of all, the MOOC that I did last month with CourseSites by Blackboard remains open. Register and explore this course or other ones from the CourseSites open course series. I am fully aware that, for various reasons, some people might be hesitant to register for it and explore the materials. So… I move on the second form of openness (i.e., this blog).

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