The mid-tens was a time of profound change, in particular, with the role technology took in Education. The decade saw the popularity of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) rise exponentially.
The twenties prove just to be as profound for Education. Technology will continue to be in the ascendency but in keeping with the cross-cutting theme of inequality, that rise will be uneven.
Here, we suggest ways policymakers can aid knowledge transfer through MOOCs, by building and upgrading infrastructure, and investing smarter.
MOOCs have the potential to provide mutual benefit for institutions and individuals. This benefit can only be realised by an equal determination to provide access for all.
Latest Research Articles