Patrick McGhee completes a range of “predictions” for the HE sector – the most funny of which is (especially bearing in mind the previous story):
Several universities reject massive open online courses, or Moocs, in favour of basic open organised collections. “Boocs” – print versions of cloud-sourced digital material bound together and published in the tens of thousands – are hailed as the next big thing in higher education. While completing a Booc does not in itself secure academic credit, the user is expected to experience mild feelings of intellectual euphoria.
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