MOOCs’ disruption is only beginning

Clayton M. Christensen, Michelle R. Weise, CommonCraft, May 12, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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What characterizes a bubble isn't the chorus of sceptics. It's thee lack of them. So MOOCs - who have certainly attracted the sceptics - are far from the bubble stage of their existence. So say Clayton M. Christensen and Michelle R. Weise in this op-ed. "Undoubtedly pronouncements over MOOCs’ demise are likewise premature. And their potential to disrupt — on price, technology, even pedagogy — in a long-stagnant industry is only just beginning to be seen."

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