Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, have quickly become a powerful force in higher education, enjoying popularity among the world’s most elite institutions and attracting millions of students across the globe. Will these experiments in large-scale instruction and certification prove to be truly disruptive, or will they serve primarily to enhance the brand and virtual footprint of well-endowed institutions? Will students and employers begin to view MOOC offerings as viable alternatives to conventional credentials? This talk seeks to address these questions and outline lessons from the frontier of online instruction that colleges and universities might apply in their own curricula.
Thanks to Rachel Andrew for this talk given at the first Smashing Conference in 2012. Freiburg, Germany.
The use of modern markup in HTML5 and modern techniques of Responsive Design bringS new challenges when developing or deploying a content management system. In this session, we will look at what the future of content management might look like, and how we can use our existing systems to create structured content, and support a responsive approach to design today.
Stay up to date about Smashing Conference: