Gainesville, FL, December 18, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- EDUcourses.net a Florida education company, announced today the release of five Top Reports www.educourses.net/press/edu_top_reports.html
on Massive, Open, Online Courses (MOOCs). Five essays analyze this new development, its strengths, weaknesses, and political consequences.
The $64 Dollar Question: In ten to twelve years, a typical MOOC - delivered college degree will cost less than $999. How many traditional colleges today will survive that competition? That is the $64 dollar question.
Thirteen Lessons for a Successful MOOC Revolution: It is only a matter of time before corporations work with MOOC vendors to create courses that demonstrate the skills necessary for successful employment. The future of American higher education may be in the hands of private sector corporations.
How Long Will It Take To Make an Effective MOOC?: Before the landscape of American higher education can be transformed by new MOOC learning systems,the vendors of MOOCs have to learn some basic lessons about distance learning.
How Long Will It Take To Make an Effective MOOC? - Part Two: Massive, open, online courses introduced by Udacity, Coursera and Udemy may save American freedoms by lowering the cost of a college education and removing higher education from federal control.
How Long Will It Take To Make an Effective MOOC? - Part Three: Like an aging flower child much in need of plastic surgery, but without health insurance coverage, American higher education plans to do nothing in the face of a coming tsunami of education reform.