[caption id="attachment_56180" align="alignleft" width="210"] A new study suggests that parents may be more interested in taking a MOOC than their student children.[/caption]

While the conversation around massive open online courses (MOOCs) has been largely focused on the good they can do for students, a new survey suggests that it’s parents and alumni who have the most positive views of the technology.

The survey, which was commissioned by public relations and communications agency Brodeur Partners and is the first public opinion survey about MOOCs, examined and compared the attitudes of five audiences affected by the...

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