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Dave Cormier talks about Multiple Open Online Courses.
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April 22, 2017
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Dave Cormier. Credit: Kate Inglis

Dave Cormier says he has the organizational skills of a small rodent. So, when he was teaching 275 students at a community college in the year 2000, he started searching for a better way to distribute and collect information. Eventually he went on to coin the term “MOOC.” Cormier shares with A\J how MOOCs got started and his original imaginings about what they were intended to be.


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