Massive Open Online Courses (‘MOOCs’) emerged on the global
higher education scene in 2012. Champions of these largely free,
video-based courses – offered by some of the most elite
universities in the world – claim they can democratise higher
education. Critics suggest that if MOOCs were to be a disruptive
force in higher education, they would surely be its demise.
Buried amid this pro- and anti-MOOC discourse is talk of a
‘MOOC movement’ that has gained and...[Show more]
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