It’s the catch-22 of massive open online courses (MOOCs). Students want college credit for MOOCs, which would raise the price tag of the often-free courses.
[caption id="attachment_58798" align="alignleft" width="150"] One campus technologist said a full tuition MOOC wouldn't garner support.[/caption]
At the same time, the fact that MOOCs are free is the main reason most students take the courses to begin with.
But, Coursera may have begun to solve this riddle. The platform announced last week that it had reached $1 million in revenue from its Signature Track courses, which...