The battle for and against massive open online courses (MOOCs) rages on as we head into summer, with new arguments emerging on both sides of the MOOC divide.
Quite a bit of MOOC news has broken over the past month, including the plan to offer MOOC courses in a $7,000 online computer science master’s degree at Georgia Tech, EdX doubling its partner universities — with a few prestigious schools in the mix — and four in 10 colleges and universities saying they’ll adopt some form of MOOC by 2016.
LearnDash, a blog covering educational technology and learning management, recently published an intriguing infographic summarizing the latest — and emerging — trends in higher education’s adoption of MOOC courses.
Among the highlights of LearnDash’s inforgraphic: a breakdown of what percentage of survey respondents believe MOOCs will complement traditional education, and a look at those who say MOOCs will replace existing educational models.
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