How MOOC Collaboration Could Aid On-Campus Teaching and Learning

by Daniel Seaton, Inside Higher Ed

At a time when many institutions are re-evaluating their approach to open online learning, how would the perceived value of being an edX consortium member change if any instructor or student could readily use edX videos, problems and pages for residential teaching and learning? For example, within the edX consortium, more than 130 institutions have created over 2,200 open online courses, making up approximately 500,000 individual problems, videos and HTML pages. The growing body of content represents a budding collaboration economy — an economic system based on sharing underutilized assets or services directly among peers or organizations.

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