According to experts from the online exam assessment company Mettl, a good ‘assessment partner’ can curb MOOC cheating
Millions across the globe are enrolling for massive open online courses (MOOCs) facilitated by major players such as Coursera, edX and Udacity.
India’s HRD ministry is also encouraging MOOCs to improve access of education to all corners of country with help from premier Indian institutes.
While MOOCs integrate concepts of instructional teaching along with eLearning for enhanced knowledge sharing, they’ve not yet started providing learners with credit score or assessment for a formal degree–just some ways to curb cheating.
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