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Topic: Is Higher Education Running AMOOC?
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Blustein, Bonnie

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RE: Is Higher Education Running AMOOC?
Posted: May 20, 2013 6:00 PM
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And there are clearly many opportunities to turn MOOLOs into MOOLA (Massive Opportunistic Openings to Leverage Assets)

From: [] On Behalf Of Guy Brandenburg
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2013 2:46 PM
To: Richard Hake
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Subject: Re: Is Higher Education Running AMOOC?

I really like this quote:

"MOOCs are actually MOORFAPs (Massive Open Online Repetitions of FAiled Pedagogy), and (b) there will be some incentive to transform MOOCs into MOOLOs (Massive Open Online Learning Opportunities).

"But even if MOOCs fail to become MOOLOs there still may be some hope since, as Keith Devlin (2013) points out at <>, MOOCs have the potential to uncover individuals world-wide who have the talent to learn from MOORFAPs, in the same way that most current professional physicists were able to learn physics from FAPs (Failed Academic Pedagogy)."

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