Private Sector Warming to MOOCs
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  • Andrew Allison

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  • Rupert Levy

    And what of the social impact of MOOCs? The real relevance and importance of the open online education movement is the potential for social empowerment and liberalisation of the status quo to benefit global society — bringing the privilege of educational opportunities to the billions that are excluded by cost and opportunity. Khan Academy and alison.com are two of the pioneers that are continually innovating to ensure that MOOCs are for everyone, everywhere – not just the thirty-somethings with a Master’s in the USA.

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