Recent studies suggest that MOOCs are very much alive, but are not a threat to traditional higher education
For some educators and journalists, the rasping final breaths of massive open online courses (MOOCs) began late last year.
They followed nearly two years of hype and excitement that even the most skeptical of instructors and reporters got swept up in. Many of those who denounced the courses did so in a similarly frantic fashion, writing proclamations and open letters condemning MOOCs, as though they were caught in a great academic war.
Then, suddenly, a blow...