You mean to tell me everything that happened was just so I would record a song for a Gregory Hines movie?
Michael McDonald, Yacht Rock (Episode 12)
If you’re affluent, we can do a much better job with you, we can make magic happen.
Daphne Koller is leaving Coursera to join
Alphabet Calico. EdTech is not the sort of field that keeps up with comings and goings a la the Hollywood Reporter, but this movement is significant in that Koller (along with Sebastian Thrun and Andrew Ng) were the public faces of The Year of the MOOC, MOOCmania and All Things MOOC after the stratospheric success of Stanford’s Fall 2011 courses. …
“Facebook Schools MOOCs on Engagement.” That’s a provocative title. It’s also beyond hollow.
Sure? There’s plenty of research about folly of discussion forum. Meeting at local DMV likely better for engagement. https://t.co/dU2ybk11U9
— Rolin Moe (@RMoeJo) May 24, 2016
The research at the heart of this EdSurge buzz, coming out of Penn State, looked at three Coursera MOOCs and their supplemental faculty-run Facebook pages. …