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- IP & MOOCs – A Crash Course -University of Michigan Office of Academic Innovation (Raven Lanier, Copyright Specialist)
- Creating a Sticky MOOC – Online Learning Journal (Barbara Ann Oakley, Debra Poole, MaryAnne Nestor)
- It Doesn’t Cost That Much: Effective Techniques for Low-Cost MOOC Production – A conversation with Brian Mulligan (Courtesy Penn State Center for Online Innovation in Learning)
- MOOC Motivation Hacks for Students (Courtesy Class Central via Kathleen Gradel)
- Impact of a Coursera MOOC with Innovative Pedagogy on Student Learning (Research Outcomes – Introduction to Non-Profit Governance) SUNY CIT 2017
- MOOC/Coursera FAQ – The Provost Open SUNY Advisory Committee (POSAC)
- 7 things you should know about MOOCs – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
- The Crisis in Higher Education – At the dawn of the MOOC era, in 2012, author Nicholas Carr questioned whether online classes were essentially the correspondence courses of our time.
- Why Virtual Classes Can Be Better Than Than Real Ones An engineering professor takes online-course critics to school– Nautilus (Barbara Oakley)
- Q&A with Salman Khan – In this 2012 interview, the Khan Academy founder explained his ambition to offer “education for anyone.”
- In the Developing World, MOOCs Start to Get Real – MOOCs mainly come from U.S. universities. How well do they serve learning styles in different nations?
- Sebastian Thrun on the Future of Learning – In 2013, the Udacity cofounder talked about how the company was evolving.
- What MOOCs Teach Us – Coursera cofounder Daphne Koller wrote in 2014 that it was a mistake to presume that MOOCs would undermine or replace traditional college education.
- What Are MOOCs Good For? – With data finally in on what MOOCs offered, it was possible in 2014 to take stock of what online education had really changed—and why it matters.
- MOOC for Credit and QM – What should MOOC quality standards look like?
- Refugees Offered MOOCs for Credit – Refugees will have access to college courses and college credit as part of a new agreement between edX and Kiron, a crowd-funded university in Germany.