"The numbers suggest MOOCs are, in fact, here to stay," said Arshad Ahmad, vice-provost, teaching and learning, at McMaster University. As Diane Peters notes, " There are more MOOCs than ever, and some courses are indeed massive, with enrolments in the hundreds of thousands." No, they did not replace universities in ten years, but nobody seriously expected that. And MOOCs bring other things to the table. "It's a collaboration, it's a partnership. It's not a colonial model," said Dr. Ahmad. "When you design a MOOC, it's all about the audience, that's how teaching is changing."
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