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The Rising Power of MOOCs

................ ...... .. EDUCATION for EVERYONE and it's FREE! THE RISING POWER OF MOOCS NOW, EVERYONE CAN LEARN AT HARVARD (or Yale, or..) MOOCS CAN: Offer Ivy League courses for FREE, thus lifting people out of poverty & unlocking billions of brains, yet 1/4 Massive Open Online Courses V4 of Americans don't know what a M0OC is 5 MILLION 33,000 average number of students that sign up for a M0OC students in MOOCS worldwide WHO TAKES MOOCS? 27% High School 88% 62% 37% Have 40% B.S. Degree 10% 13% 28% Have Master's Male Degree or Profession Employed Unemployed or Retired <30 >60 WHY MOOCS? EMPLOYMENT 6.8% Retired 17.4% Student 6.6% Unemployed 50% 43.9% 6.9% Employeed 13.2% 17% 12.4% Self Part Time Employed Knowledge to get degree (Those surveyed could pick more than one answer) Specific skills to do job better Specific skills to get a new job Curiosity 50% Employed Full Time GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION OF STUDENTS Canada 3.4% Great Britain 3.89% Germany 1.7% | Russia 2.5% U.S. 34% Spain 2.7% China 2% India 7.28% % of MOOC students worldwide Brazil 4.37 % Australia 2% ACCREDITED ONLINE SCHOOLS OFFER MOOCS edx Coursera u Courses from: Courses from: Courses from: California Institute of Technology University of Washington Stanford University Princeton University Duke University John Hopkins University MIT Dartmouth Harvard University of Virginia Northwestern University of California Berkeley UDACITY Partner companies include: iTunes U App Google facebook Play video or audio lectures, read books & view Bank of Ameriça. presentations TOP UNIVERSITIES OFFER MOOCS CHUSE TTS NOV MA YALEN ET TAS ITUTE OF TECHNOLO Fruditia et Religio HARVARD MIT YALE DUKE STANFORD LUFT DER JUNIOR UN MELLON REIHEIT LIGHT LIGHT *** 1891 (UCLA PENNSYIKANIA 1900 STANFORD CARNEGIE MELLON UC BERKELEY UCLA PROS & CONS OF MOOCS $$ 15 OPEN TO ANYONE FLEXIBLE DIVERSE RANGE OF SUBJECTS FREE NO CREDIT LACK OF HANDS ON LEARNING 100,000+ TO 1 STUDENT/ TEACHER RATIO DROPOUT RATES OF UP TO 90% brought to you by TOP100NLINECOLLEGES.ORG SOURCES http://dlassroom-aí es-for-free-education-with-elite-universities.html Paper: The MOOC Phenomenon: Who Takes Massive Open Online Courses, and Why? By G. Christensen, A. Steinmetz, B. Alcorn, D. Woods, A Bennett, and E.J. Emanel. (U. of Pennsylvania) CALIFORNI NEE FORT NO ANGL LUX E COL BERKELE LFORNIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PITTSBURGH DOWNS UPS

The Rising Power of MOOCs

shared by BrianClk on Apr 02
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Now, everyone can learn at Harvard (or Yale, or…) thanks to the massive open online courses!


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