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MITX and HarvardX Research Findings – The “Typical” Student

Time to blend some of the data dweebiness you’ve been reading in the first two installments in this series with some of the philosophy dweebiness that can be blamed directly on my One Year BA. In this case, the fusion between these two worlds derived from having been reminded of the relevance of a particular […]

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Measuring MOOCs – Human vs. Data

I had no sooner finished drafting a section of my senior thesis which hails Canada’s contributions to the massive learning phenom than a note arrived from George Veletsianos, Canada Research Chair at the Royal Roads University School of Education and Technology. In it, Professor Veletsianos pointed me towards an e-book he and his students put […]

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