Revisiting our ‘MOOCs and Open Education Timeline’

Stephen Powell, Thoughts mostly about learning, Jun 24, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I think this must is true: "The disruptive effect of MOOCs will be felt most significantly in the development of new forms of provision that go beyond the traditional HE market such as professional and corporate training that appeals to employers." And "There is great potential for add-on content services and the creation of new revenue models through building partnerships with institutions and other educational service providers." The big grey box in the diagram, I think, means "we're not sure what happened" and the other box says "this is where we think it's going".

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