GW faculty have been given control over the university's approach--learn how


Faculty members at a host of universities have blocked massive open online course (MOOC) initiatives, criticized the corporate interests driving MOOC adoption, and raised labor union concerns about the long-term consequences on MOOC proliferation.

Meanwhile, at George Washington University, all is calm.

Decision makers at the private Washington, D.C. university of 10,400 undergraduates have worked hand in hand with faculty members from various departments in the school's first MOOC initiative, doing their best to avoid disharmony with the people who will...

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