Lessons to be learned via ‘MOOC Mess’ at Coursera?

This is as of the evening of 7 February…I’ll update this entry once per day until general coverage stops. Two mock posters about MOOCs, contained in ‘Cognitive Strategies and Affective dimensions in MOOCs‘ and  ‘The MOOCs that ate themselves,’ are posted at the bottom of this entry.  Kris Oldsmooc-8028605773_857fcd5548

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Lessons to be learned via ‘MOOC Mess’ at Coursera?

Is quality control good enough for MOOCs? Part 1 (7 Feb 2013)

The MOOCs that ate themselves (7 Feb 2013)

How online class about online learning failed miserably (5 Feb 2013)

MOOCs and Scalability (5 Feb 2013)

Online Class on How To Teach Online Classes Goes Laughably Awry (5 Feb 2013)

MOOCs: Fail better (5 Feb 2013)

A class is not a commune (5 Feb 2013)

The MOOC Honeymoon is Over: Three Takeaways from the Coursera Calamity (5 Feb 2013)

GT and Coursera’s MOOC stumble: Why they are still experiments (5 February 2013)

Why the Online Ed MOOC Didn’t Work (5 Feb 2013)

A MOOC misstep: The University can learn from the failure of a recently axed massive open online course (4 Feb 2013)

Two Thoughts on the crash of the “Fundamentals of Online Education” MOOC (4 Feb 2013)

Oh, the irony: Coursera suspends online course about how to run an online course (4 Feb 2013)

Georgia Tech and Coursera Try to Recover From MOOC Stumble (4 Feb 2013)

MOOC Mess (4 Feb 2013)

24 Hours – A long time in online learning (4 Feb 2013)

Negating the learner in the learning process (3 Feb 2013)

Cognitive Strategies and Affective dimensions in MOOCs (3 Feb 2013)

Quality Control in MOOCs (3 Feb 2013)

How NOT to Design a MOOC: The Disaster at Coursera and How to Fix it (1 Feb 2013)

FOE MOOC Notes (29 Jan 2013)

Note: Links to 3 Feb pilfered via https://twitter.com/gsiemens 

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