What was all that about? Peak MOOC hype and post-MOOC legacies
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However, the uptake of MOOCs has plateaued. This is the first volume that addresses Massive Open Online Courses from a post-MOOC perspective.
Kent, M. and Bennett, R. 2017. What was all that about? Peak MOOC hype and post-MOOC legacies. In Massive Open Online Courses and Higher Education Where to Next?, 1-8. New Yonk and Oxon.
Massive Open Online Courses and Higher Education Where to Next?
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