Could Remixing Old MOOCs Give New Life to Free Online Education? | EdSurge News

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"It’s common these days to hear that free online mega-courses, called MOOCs, failed to deliver on their promise of educating the masses. But one outcome of that push towards open online courses was plenty of high-quality teaching material.

Now, one of the first professors to try out MOOCs says he has a way to reuse bits and pieces of the courses created during that craze in a way that might deliver on the initial promise.

The idea comes from Robert Lue, a biology professor at Harvard University who was the founding faculty director of HarvardX, the college’s effort to build MOOCs. He’s leading a new platform called LabXChange that aims to let professors, teachers or anyone mix together their own free online course from pieces of other courses...."


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Tags: oa.reuse oa.libre oa.moocs oa.oer oa.labxchange oa.courseware

Date tagged:

03/22/2019, 10:09

Date published:

03/22/2019, 06:08