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MOOCs vs. Traditional Learning

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It seems nearly everyone agrees that MOOCs – massive open online courses – signal the end of traditional universities and sharply climbing tuition. Proposals by state legislators aim to substitute online courses for in-person public university education. Online course enrollment has risen 29% since 2010, while conventional university course enrollment has declined. (Babson Survey Research Group)

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The Missing Link – Visual Cues in the Online Classroom

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What are some things we can do to incorporate technologically savvy lessons to make-up for the lack of visual cues in online classes?  The truth of the matter is that online classes have become more and more prevalent over the last several years. We have identified a lacking in online classes, and now our challenge becomes to find ways to overcome it or at least make-up for it…

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