In a recent post on the Wall Street Journal, Gianpiero Petriglieri (associate professor of organizational behavior at INSEAD, and director of their Management Acceleration Programme for emerging leaders) discusses some of the potential perils and downfalls of the MOOC movement.
His key point:
"As extensions of and enticements towards education MOOCs may be very useful. As alternatives, or more precisely as surrogates, they are utterly inadequate."
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