Lately, Anant Agarwal writes on Huffington Post, I've noticed that much of the discussion around massive open online courses (MOOCs) has focused almost exclusively on one point: Completion rates, or those students who achieve a certificate in a particular course. While this data point, borrowed from the traditional university model, is certainly an important measure, it only represents one small segment of a very diverse group of MOOC learners eager for access to education. We've learned a lot from the first year of courses offered on edX, and the recently released working papers fromSubscribe to Read More

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