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Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC, Part 4

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Thursday, October 3rd 2013


Penn State’s Dr. Anthony Robinson closed the virtual classroom door on Maps and the Geospatial Revolution Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), in August 2013. In this, the fourth in a series of conversations about the development of the course, we look at who participated and how, the successes and challenges and the road ahead.

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