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Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC: An Interview with Penn State’s Anthony Robinson

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Thursday, February 21st 2013


On Feb 21, 2013 Penn State announced that it will join several dozen universities in offering massive open online courses or MOOCs via the for profit Coursera company. Among the Penn State MOOCs to be offered later this year is what is believed to be the first geography or GIS MOOC: Maps and the Geospatial Revolution. Its author, Dr. Anthony Robinson discusses the role of MOOCs at Penn State and the development of the first Geo-MOOC.

See also: Part 2

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MOOC meltdown: Coursera course on fundamentals of online education ends in disaster.
Globalizing Higher Education and Research for the ?Knowledge Economy? | Coursera
Coursera Blog ? 29 New Schools, 92 New Courses, 5 Languages, 4 Continents and 2.7 Million Courserians
Penn State joins MOOC Movement to offer Free online Courses; Includes Geospatial - Directions Magazine
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