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RobPreston
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9/5/2013 | 5:36:28 PM
re: Vanderbilt Teases Students, Pleases Faculty With MOOCs
"Educational outreach" sure sounds soothing enough if you're a faculty member. But at some point MOOCs are going to given conventional college courses (and college/faculty structures) a run for their money.
Lorna Garey
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9/5/2013 | 3:05:38 PM
re: Vanderbilt Teases Students, Pleases Faculty With MOOCs
"The three noncredit courses -- in the schools of
nursing, business and computer science -- attracted 65,000, 47,000, and
32,000 students, respectively" - A bit ironic that CS has the lowest uptake!


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