The maturing of the MOOC: literature review of massive open online courses and other forms of online distance learning

Stephen Haggard, , International Conference on Information Systems, , Sept 20, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is a very large report and for the most part comprehensive - regular OLDaily readers will recognize much of the literature cited here. To my mind, it focuses mostly on secondary literature - we don't read from MOOC developers or practitioners, but rather, from observers like Shirley, Bates and Daniel, media reports such as Huffington Post and the Economist, and formal objective analysis of MOOCs commissioned by Authorities such as Austrade, SSHRC and JISC. Again, for a complete MOOC literature review, including my own work, see my MOOC Literature page.

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