Online learning Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Want to know what happens when people can’t access face to face learning? The top three MOOC providers (Coursera, edX, and FutureLearn) registered as many new users in April  as in the whole of 2019.Dharwal Singh, Class Central: By the Numbers: MOOCs During the Pandemic 16th August 2020 Good luck getting them back. Rate this:Share this:TwitterPocketPrintMoreFacebookLinkedInWhatsAppEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Could take your comment in two ways, good luck in getting them back to the classroom or you could say good luck in getting them back to the mooc as they generally have a completion rate lower than 10%
Thanks Adam – do completion rates matter?
If I find the content I need after the 2nd week of a MOOC, does it matter that I don’t finish it?
A mooc is not what you are looking for if you only need a couple pieces of content. A mooc should be as much about experience, people, building something valuable for you as it is about learning.
I am currently learning how to build web apps. I have a specific goal for that, and a mooc is supporting me to achieve that goal, get feedback on it etc.
That I think, is more valuable to me if I finish it…