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The End of the (MOOC) World is NighGive Me an M! Give Me a C! Blah Blah Blah To All This Theory!Designing a Dual Layer cMOOC/xMOOCWhy Design a xMOOC / cMOOC Hybrid? LTCA TheoryCommunal Constructivism and Dual Layer MOOCsThe Underlying Barrier to Education ReformThe Mirage of Measurable SuccessWhat If The Problem Isn’t With MOOCs But Something Else?Is It Really Possible to Re-do Ed Tech From Scratch?Learning -agogy OverloadUniversities to Futurists: The Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated.Social Learning Environment ManifestoIs Google Getting In To the LMS Business?Confessions of a Massive Open Online Course FlunkieIf We Ditch The LMS, What Else Could We Re-think?Another New Blackboard Competitor Arrives: CoursekitThe Battle For Openness In The LMS MarketIs the LMS Market Going To Slow Down Anytime Soon?Personalized Learning Versus Dungeons and DragonsOpenEd MOOC ArchiveSetting Up a Learner Activity Hub Like #YogaMOOC or #OpenEdMOOCCan You Automate OER Evaluation With The RISE Framework?Are MOOCs Fatally Flawed Concepts That Need Saving by Bots?Ed-Tech Retro-Futurism and Learning EngineeringThe Learning Styles™ Industry Versus Learning PreferencesA Template, a Course, and an OER for an Emergency Switch to OnlineQM and the Politics of the “Unbiased” Bias
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