What is a MOOC (infographic)
Benefits, Factors, and Issues (infographic)
The Dark Side of MOOCs (infographic)
Daphne Koller: What we're learning from online education
TED video filmed June 2012


Major MOOC Players

Coursera Udacity edX

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Free Online Learning Resources

More than 100 Free Places to Learn Online and Counting
Thousands of FREE College Courses Listed by Institution

Articles and Blog Posts
MOOC Madness Special Reports: An inside look at the latest phenomenon in online learning
The Chronicle of Higher Education
What You Need to Know About MOOCs
Highlights/Timeline from The Chronicle of Higher Education
'Supersizing' the College Classroom: How One Instructor Teaches 2,670 Students
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 4/19/12
MIT Launching Certificate Program Based on OpenCourseWare, Open Source Platform
ArsTechnica, 12/19/11
Expanding Pathways to MOOC Credit
Inside HigherEd, 2/7/13
Coursera Courses Approved for College Credit
Information Week, 2/7/13
Good MOOC's, Bad MOOC's
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 7/25/12
Retention and Intention in Massive Open Online Courses: In Depth
EDUCAUSE, 6/3/13
'Bill of Rights' Seeks to Protect Students' Interests as Online Learning Rapidly Expands
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/23/13
Refactoring Coursera
EDUCAUSE blog post, 5/30/13
MOOCs and Intellectual Property: Ownership and Use Rights
EDUCAUSE blog post, 4/8/13

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Related Topics and Additional Resources

#ETMOOC
#MOOCs [Trend on Twitter]
ProctorU (Online Proctoring)

'Connectivism' and Connective Knowledge Stephen Downes
CCK11 Connectivism and Connective Knowledge
Visualization of the Week: MOOC completion rates
Campus Technology MOOC Community on Facebook



Major Players in the MOOC Universe
Major Players in the MOOC Universe

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Major Players in the MOOC Universe
Chronicle of Higher Education, 6/6/13








Additional Articles and Blog Posts (con'td from above)

Retention and Intention in Massive Open Online Courses: In Depth
by Daphne Koller, Andrew Ng, Chuong Do, and Zhenghao Chen
EDUCAUSE, June 3, 2013

The pedagogical foundations of massive open online courses
by David George Glance, Martin Forsey, and Myles Riley
First Monday, 5/6/13

Catholic Case Against MOOCs
By Jonathan Malesic
Chronicle for Higher Education, 9/16/13