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- MOOCs Author Jonathan Haber
- Jonathan Haber
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Jonathan Haber Í 6 Read & download MOOCs Author Jonathan Haber Characters ¾ 6 S a student perspective missing in most MOOC discussion Haber's uniue Degree of Freedom experiment during which he attempted to learn the euivalent of a four year liberal arts degree in one year using only MOOCs and other forms of free education informs his discussionHaber urges us to avoid the fallacy of thinking that because MOOCs cannot solve all educational challenges they are not worth pursuing and he helps us understand what MOOCs despite their limitations still offer the world His book is reuired reading for anyone trying to sort out the competing claims aspirations and accusations that color the MOOC debat.
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Jonathan Haber Í 6 Read & download MOOCs Author Jonathan Haber Characters ¾ 6 Everything you always wanted to know about MOOCs an account of massive open online courses and what they might mean for the future of higher education The New York Times declared 2012 to be The Year of the MOOC as millions of students enrolled in massive open online courses known as MOOCs millions of investment dollars flowed to the companies making them and the media declared MOOCs to be earth shaking game changers in higher education During the inevitable backlash that followed critics highlighted MOOCs' high dropout rate the low chance of earning back initial investments and the potential for any earth shaking.
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Jonathan Haber Í 6 Read & download MOOCs Author Jonathan Haber Characters ¾ 6 Game change to make things worse instead of better In this volume in the Essential Knowledge series Jonathan Haber offers an account of MOOCs that avoids both hype and doomsaying Instead he provides an engaging straightforward explanation of a rare phenomenon an education innovation that captures the imagination of the public while moving at the speed of an Internet startupHaber explains the origins of MOOCs what they consist of the controversies surrounding them and their possible future role in education He proposes a new definition of MOOCs based on the culture of experimentation from which they emerged and add.