MOOCs+

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Massive open online courses (MOOCs) seem to hold out the possibility of universities reaching ever greater audiences. Yet one of the risks of university expansion is that increasing participation may be confused with widening it.
Not long after educational providers and students alike clocked on to the fast-rising and game-changing trend of free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) programmes, it quickly expanded to factor in the option of paid MOOCs, otherwise known as MOOC+.
Though it is a comparatively new trend in the world of e-learning, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have fast become the subject of heated discussion. While some view this new means of learning as a way to offer education affordably to the masses, others claim that MOOCs are largely used by well educated students with means and, even among those students, are rarely completed.
In an ever-changing technological age, acroynms and buzzwords abound. It seems every day there is a new trend to follow and new technology designed to change the world we live in. Among the latest is MOOC, otherwise known as Massive Open Online Courses.
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are a new technology with the potential to revolutionise university education as we know it. Top tier institutions have already made bold moves, and these have yielded some impressive results. At Harvard, for instance, more people have signed up for MOOCs in a single year than have attended the university in its entire 377-year history.