I wrote a MOOC history in 2014. I also wrote about Donald Trump and MOOCs in 2013. Prior to my blog, no one had linked MOOCs and Trump, and my link was tangential. Honestly, the only way I could further imagine a link from Trump to MOOCs is if he promoted my history.
This history is beautiful. I know words; this history has the best words. People read this history, and they love it. I hear from people who read it, everyone who read it said, ‘That’s a good history.’ They look over it and everyone is impressed at how much beautiful history there is. My researchers have looked at it and they love it. The Canadians, the distance education people, the educationals…big supporters.
Looking at the upload numbers, it’s doing well with everyone. It wins with cMOOCs. It wins with xMOOCs. It wins with people who mix up online learning and MOOCs. We love people who mix up online learning and MOOCs. And it’s taking off. It’s a movement. Have you seen the downloads? We’re going to publish it Open, and we’re going to make the publishing companies pay for it! Remember that. #makeonlinelearninghistorygreatagain
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