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February 2014

An interesting discussion of what was learned about learning in MOOCs, from data gathered in the first year of edX offering. Some remarks that I found worthwhile:
"The data, both quantitative and qualitative, surprised me with their variability across students and courses."
"This will be unsatisfying to people who want to answer the question, "Do MOOCs work?" Our research demonstrates that we have to get specific: "Work for what?""
"Everything predicts MOOC performance, because doing anything in this space separates you from the thousands of people who are doing relatively little — thus doing anything predicts doing anything else."

See http://campustechnology.com/Articles/2014/01/27/Inside-the-First-Year-Data-from-MITx-and-HarvardX.aspx

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