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The MOOC ‘Revolution’ May Not Be as Disruptive as Some Had Imagined

Steve Kolowich reports in the Chronicle of Higher Education that MOOCs face numerous barriers (political, regulatory, etc.) that may well prevent them from having a revolutionary impact on higher education, they are resulting in a new wave of technology platforms, tools, and services that will benefit universities.

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