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What does research say about MOOCs?
A collection of links, references, comments and questions about MOOCs
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12 April 2013
Massive Online Open Courses, or MOOCs, have attracted many students and much hype. The most high profile MOOCs include Coursera, Udacity, edX and the UK’s own Futurelearn, but there are other MOOCs, notably connectivist courses organised by people such as Dave Cormier, Stephen Downes, George Siemens, and Jim Groom.
Much has been written about MOOCs. But what does the research say?
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- "OK, so this is for H809 2016!
Two interesting research papers I found:
Anders, A. (2015)...
added to MOOCs research results by Anna Orridge on 6 May 2016
- "Some recent articles on MOOCs research and higher education:
Davidson, C. (2014) Why Higher...
added to MOOCs research results by Maxine Armstrong on 15 May 2015
- "Some demographic student reseach neatly...
added to MOOCs research results by Grant Penny on 5 May 2014
- "Some interesting new research about MOOCs available in the new edition of eLearning Papers here...
added to MOOCs research results by Fergus Timmons on 14 May 2013
- "Interesting article in Nature magazine here...
added to MOOCs research results by Joanne Pratt on 6 May 2013
Thank you for starting us off with this one. I looked in other areas for info Educause...
added to MOOCs research results by Joanne Pratt on 3 May 2013
- MOOCs research results
cloud added to the cloudscape What does research say about MOOCs? by Mandy Honeyman on 29 April 2013
- MOOCs and research: retention and completion rates
The HarvardX and MITx report (2014) on the first......"
on MOOCs research results by Judith Albrecht on 1 January 1970