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Massive Open and Online Courses (MOOC) in an international perspective: New global agenda for innovation in higher education
Titlestad, Gard

PublishedNovember 2013
PeriodicalPages 1-68
PublisherInternational Council for Open and Distance Education

ABSTRACT
This report is written based on a note provided by ICDE’s Secretary General Gard Titlestad to the Norwegian Government. It has been slightly modified to adapt it for an international audience and a working translation has been made from the original Norwegian text.

The conclusions in the report in particular address the governmental layer, the macro level in the educational system, even though they can also have relevance for senior management in institutions (micro level) and the research and infrastructure stakeholders (meso level).

Keywords Africa · Australia · Brazil · China · Creative Commons · Europe · governmental policy · higher education · Indonesia · Japan · MOOC · MOOC advantages · MOOC barriers · MOOC trends · Myanmar · New Zealand · Nordic Countries · NordicOER · OER sustainability · Taiwan · USA

Other numberDRAFT, 20131125 ver 1-2, DRAFT, 20131125 ver 1-2
RefereedDoes not apply
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