New Team-Based Course Pushes MOOC Boundaries
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  • Jacksonian_Libertarian

    Anyone that has played World of Warcraft (or any multi-player online games), and has been part of any of the team activities like raids and such, knows that social interaction is not only possible, but necessary for success. So the problem with these online courses isn’t the fact that they aren’t held in class rooms, it’s the stupid implementation that doesn’t use the interactive technology already developed. The use of avatars, and problems that require interactivity for their solution, would actually exceed the class room environment as a platform for learning.

  • abdul waheed

    as Aaron said I didn’t even know that anybody can get paid $6702 in a few weeks on the computer. i thought about this

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