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Researching about Moocs problems in a peer to peer collaboration.

Julia Echeverría Moran:

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Following my research on the problem of why the MOOCs are having problems, in the sense that participation and especially if 100 percent of the people who enroll in a course, only 5% ends courses and fully complete it (this figure may vary in many cases and let say that between 5 to 20 percent), I’ve find this great article (wich link I will provide to the end of this posts) that somehow tells us about the creator of Udacity and his ideas about Moocs. He has been doing changing over the years to make students learn and benefit from this kind of courses and why not to tell, to take a profit of it.
The issue has been raised from various points of view, I invite you to read the article.
Personally, I consider that an issue to be addressed would be how to encourage students to a…

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