If you’ve spent any time on this site, you’ll have realised that I am a big fan of IRRODL. But it’s not the only open access journal out there, of course.
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are the latest iteration of distance learning. But do they pose a threat to traditional, small scale online universities? To answer this question, let’s look at both the pros and cons of MOOCs in comparison to online colleges. Continue reading
We (Australia, that is) have managed a tense one-point win over the Lions to set up a thrilling decider on Saturday, Cadel’s made a good start in Le Tour, and the Socceroos are into the the World Cup finals in Brazil next year. OK, we’re not too sure how our cricketers will go in the Ashes, but we have an Australian into the last 16 of the men at Wimbledon. On another tack, how are our universities faring? Continue reading