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‘Online technology’s most profound effect on education may be to make human interaction more important than ever’ (Nature)

This sentence in the conclusion of ‘Online learning: Campus 2.0,’ really resonated with me. This feature on how Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) transform higher education, and what kind of research this transformation stimulates, was published today in Nature. For … Continue reading

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‘When outstanding becomes so easily available, average is over’

This is the concluding sentence of Tom Friedman’s summary of a recent conference hosted by MIT and Harvard on ‘Online Learning and the Future of Residential Education,’ a k a ‘How can colleges charge $50,000 a year if my kid … Continue reading

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