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Can online courses with large-scale interactive participation and open access via the web replace face-to-face teaching in a traditional university setting? Newsnight’s David Grossman examines the rise of massive open online courses (Moocs). Former US President Bill Clinton said recently the higher education industry needs to undergo a “dramatic change”. “I think the only sustainable […]

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The free online college courses are offered from top ranking universities including Harvard, Stanford and MIT. Students from developing countries especially from India are enrolling in droves. A drawback that these students from developing countries face from attending these MOOC’s is that the educational content is not yet specifically designed to the diverse needs of […]

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List of free online courses- MOOC List Business Courses Branding, Content & Social Media– Free iTunes – Christine O’Malley, Ohio State University Building a Business– Free Online Video – Free Online Audio – Free iTunes Audio – Oxford University Building a Business: Moving Your Product to the Market– Free Online Audio – Free Tunes Audio – Oxford University Corporate Finance– Free iTunes Video – Aswath Damodaran, NYU Corporate Finance for […]

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We bring you some tips from an independent blogger before you take up a MOOC Course. Don`t sign up for all the courses that you like. Let your platter not be more full than what you could take in. Take 1 or 2 courses at a time. Have a fixed study time just as like […]

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NovoEd, the Menlo Park-based massive online course program that aims to support social learning, is debuting on August 15 2013 an online entrepreneurship program. Supporting schools are big names in the business school world including Stanford University, Babson College (which has consistently topped the US News & World Report list of “entrepreneurship education” since 1995) and the […]

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Now you can have a chance to take Sports Business courses, free of charge. In August 2013, the B-school launches a new “massive open online course,” or MOOC, called The Global Business of Sports, via online provider Coursera. Taught by longtime Wharton professor Kenneth Shropshire, the online course is modeled after the popular Sports Ventures & […]

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Mooc stands for a massive open online course. It is an online course aimed at large-scale participation and open access via the internet They are similar to university courses, but do not tend to offer academic credit A number of web-based platforms – including edX, Coursera and Udacity – supported by top universities and colleges […]

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A complete List of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) sites:  The acronym MOOC stands for massive, open, online course and it’s a term used to describe large numbers of learners coming together in one course to learn in a connected way and providing open access to large population via the internet. MOOCs provide interactive user […]

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Thanks to a massive reduction in cost of phones, Dual and Quad processors have now become common in a lot of mobile devices. But once you do buy them you’ll notice that they are seldom used, and most of the processing power is just sitting there waiting. So what can you do to utilize them […]

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I recently read a blog posted by Marc Scott titled “Kids Can’t Use Computers… And This Is Why It Should Worry You”. Now Marc is a teacher and teaches computer Sciences and also lends a hand in managing his school’s network. So you can understand that if anyone has a computer related problem in their […]

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