MOOC 2.0 and Beyond: Expectations vs. Reality

Topics: Academic Affairs, Online Education, MOOCs, Online Course Quality, Online Strategies, Assessment, Student Learning Outcomes

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Colin Koproske

Colin Koproske, Research Consultant

Aug. 8, 2013

Though their novelty has worn off, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) continue to inflect board and leadership strategy at institutions large and small.

At a moment when mounting concerns over funding, affordability, and changing demographics meet a sudden explosion of interest in web-based technologies, it is no surprise that institutional leaders have followed the MOOC trend with keen interest.