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The problems with MOOCs 2:

April 8, 2013

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  1. April 8, 2013 5:00 pm

    Ha! And if MOOCs aren’t enough, let’s have MOOAs too, says Laurie Essig blogging for the Chronicle of Higher Ed.

    Not only would putting administration online cut costs and raise profits, it would also cut down on wasted faculty hours at meetings. We faculty could log on and follow administration online, just like the students in MOOCs log on to learn. And like MOOC students, if we didn’t find the administrators entertaining or educational enough, we could stop logging on and just become freer agents in the marketplace of knowledge.

    Or, better yet, faculty could simply let take care of things.


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