October 13, 2015

Article: “Are You MOOC-ing Yet? A Review for Academic Libraries”

The following article appears in the latest issue (Vol. 3) of Kansas Library Association College & University Libraries Section Proceedings.


Are You MOOC-ing Yet? A Review for Academic Libraries


Gloria Creed-Dikeog
Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansas

Carolyn Clark
Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas


CULS Proceedings (Kansas Library Association College & University Libraries Section Proceedings)
Volume 3, 2013


What is a MOOC? What should librarians know about MOOCS? This article introduces librarians to Massive Open Online Courses by discussing the historical development, key structure and features that make them a unique teaching platform, and some of the potential opportunities for librarian participation.

Direct to Full Text Article (5 pages; PDF)

See Also: Other Articles in CULS Proceedings (Vol. 3; 2013) 

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