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MOOC - Massive Open Online Course logo
MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course (or online education)[1].

Often plural used as MOOCs for Massive Open Online Courses.

Digital media are shaking up University education in the USA [2]

The development of open online courses might be of interest to colleagues in the Commission who are looking for cheap and flexible alternatives to traditional forms of training.

In the EU among many of MOOCs could be quoted initiative Wallangues[3], a Walloon project that aims to offer an Internet language training to all Walloon residents; Courses are accessible from a self-learning (e-learning) Internet platform called Wallangues. Here you can learn up to four languages: English, Dutch, German and French).

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  1. Wikipedia, MOOC
  2., MOOCs: A view from the digital trenches, by Kevin Werbach, on April 15, 2013
  3. Wallangues
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