Massive open online course (MOOC) professors at two major universities have offered largely divergent views of how their schools' experimentation with MOOCs went, and how the courses impact teaching an learning.

[caption id="attachment_59434" align="alignleft" width="150"]mooc-online-learning-opportunity More than 48,000 people signed up for a single Penn State MOOC.[/caption]

MOOC champions and advocates have gone back and forth on the potential of the online classes to expand learning opportunities and cut costs for institutions and students alike. It would be difficult, however, to find two more opposing perspectives on MOOCs than those found at Penn...

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