The future of MOOCs
NOVEMBER 25, 2012
That means they are subjected to market forces such as competition. Countries that currently attract foreign students to their shores will need to brace for the impact on their local economies, as an ever-increasing proportion of students choose to gain an international education without leaving their home country. It’s how the teacher uses that content to support learning that will make the difference. Offshoring will become the rule, not the exception.