Massive open online courses (MOOCs) will be more disruptive to education than open access scholarship, a new report predicted.
[caption id="attachment_57413" align="alignleft" width="150"] MOOCs have mass market appeal that journal do not.[/caption]
The two popular developments in the open education movement were pitted against each other in a recent study published in SAGE Open and written by York University professor Richard Wellen.
While both methods share the same seemingly altruistic goal, they are going about accomplishing that goal in very different ways.
Open access publishing aims to spread ideas and...