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Demystifying the hype of massive open online courses

Average student in a MOOC is a young, white American man with a degree and full-time job
Monday, November 3, 2014 - 05:50

New York

WHEN massive open online courses first grabbed the spotlight in 2011, many saw in them promise of a revolutionary force that would disrupt traditional higher education by expanding access and reducing costs. The hope was that MOOCs - classes from elite universities, most of them

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