"3 sentences caught my eye in the 5/12/18 Washington Post story on professor Laurie Santos’ Yale University course on Psychology and the Good Life.
'The impact is not limited to Yale. Stories about PSYC157 spread around the world. Santos created a pared-down version of the class and offered it to anyone on the online education site Coursera. Within two months of its launch, more than 91,000 people, from 168 countries, were taking it.'"—Source: Inside Higher Ed
WHY THIS MATTERS:
The open online education movement has found its footing and is evolving beyond the MOOC hype of 2012. Read how this model is making an impact in higher ed. —Eduwire Editors