Online Learning

University Business, Mar 01, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is a special report from University Business. It's interesting in its own right, but readers may be interested in the full-length interview with me on MOOC and the future of online learning. A couple of notes: first, there's a really bad typo on page 6, where it says MOOCs were invented in 2005. They were invented in 2008. Second, it mentions work by Tim Berners-Lee without referencing it. What I'm talking about here is the Solid project, which is working toward a decentralized web. Otherwise it's an accurate representation of what I said during the interview.

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