Massive open online courses haven’t lived up to the hopes and the hype, professors say

Three years after a groundswell of online learning swept through higher education, Stanford researchers who were at the forefront of the movement have concluded that online learning has not been the cure-all that many educators had hoped for. Nonetheless, the techniques developed for online learning may lead to great advances in how students learn, both online and in conventional classrooms.

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Massive open online courses haven’t lived up to the hopes and the hype, professors say


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