The future of MOOCs
NOVEMBER 25, 2012
It’s how the teacher uses that content to support learning that will make the difference. While MOOCs typically comprise video clips and perhaps a quiz, they will inevitably include more instructional devices to assist distance learning (and remain competitive). Employers will consider certificates of completion meaningless, while maintaining a reserved suspicion over assessment scores. Content providers will wag the long tail. MOOCs get a bad rap.