Taking the rest of the week off to enjoy the holidays (old, new and blended). For those still interested in the backlash against the MOOC backlash, I’ve returned to Huffington Post in hope of trigging a backlash backlash backlash. Meanwhile, for everyone celebrating Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Thanksgivukkah, Kwanznukimas, or whatever “pop-culture portmanteau neologism” you call your […]
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Well it’s been a week of extracurricular activities here at Degree of Freedom (including a speaking gig that starts in about four hours). So, rather than the usual posting, I’ve included some pointers to DoF appearances at different sites this week. First off, if you haven’t checked out MOOC News and Reviews recently, that interview […]
As course number twelve (Mysteries of Modern Physics – Time taught by the California Institute of Technology’s Sean Carroll) wraps, I wanted to catch readers up on a few bits of Degree and Freedom news happening across the Interwebs. Most importantly, a Degree of Freedom podcast is now available from iTunes. The first episodes include […]
A recap of some of the MOOC economics discussions from earlier this week (as well as a surprising comment I hope to respond to) over at Huffington Post.
Well Degree of Freedom has been getting around this week, so I wanted to point you towards: A new entry in the Coursera blog, this one providing recommendations for how students can best manage their time when taking MOOC classes A write-up providing background to the whole Degree of Freedom One Year BA project over […]
First off, my latest Huffington Post piece is up, highlighting some of the “Sources for Courses” discussion that’s been going on here on the blog all week. Secondly, the folks at Coursera have been kind enough to let me post to their blog on a semi-regular basis. Since Degree of Freedom is looking at MOOCs […]
In addition to this blog (where I’ll be analyzing various aspects of MOOCs and other online learning topics) and the Degree of Freedom weekly newsletter (which you can sign up for using that signup box on the right), I’ll also be posting regular summaries in a column over at Huffington Post. The first one can […]
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