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MOOCs and Enterprise Learning – The Promise and the Gap

It appears some enterprises are taking notice of the promise of MOOCs. Here are some recent developments in this space. 1. AT&T has partnered with Udacity and Georgia Institute of Technology to offer a Master of Science Degree in Computer

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Posted in eLearning, LMS, MOOCs

App Store Model for Enterprise Training

Earlier this year, Apple celebrated 5 years of the App Store. We all know how App Store changed the face of the mobile industry and has now spawned countless successful app companies ranging from silly to clever and catering to

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Posted in Crowdsourcing, MOOCs, Social Collaboration, Social Learning, Training

Crossing the Chasm – How MOOCs will eventually invade the Enterprise

In November 2011, I wrote about crowdsourced learning models in an enterprise, while reviewing Udemy, in one of my blog posts. Guess what, it seems Udemy has actually read my blog! I recently stumbled on a video from CLO Magazine.

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Posted in Knowledge Management, Learning, MOOCs, Social Collaboration, Social Learning

MOOCs – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

A.J. Jacobs of The New York Times enrolled in 11 MOOC courses via Coursera, edX, and Udacity. His experiences were published in an article titled “Two Cheers for Web U!”  NPR interviewed A.J. Jacobs and here is the transcript. This

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Defining MOOCs: Nobody Seems to be Agreeing!

Dave Cormier coined the term MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in 2008. And since then, the term MOOC has been used liberally to denote several different versions of learning delivery and consumption. This is true of any invention. Ideas don’t

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The World of MOOCs

Check out this infographic if you would like to get up to date on MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). Srinivas Krishnaswamy

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