On the Agenda – Week 42, 2013

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18 oktober 2013 | How can the completion rate of MOOCs be improved? Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda: the global population explosion visualized with bacteria cities and a “solar-powered family car” that goes really fast.

Take 1 – MOOCs  

@MOOCNewsReviews: Using “Traditional” e-learning to Launch MOOCs: A Q&A With Colorado State’s Distance Ed Team

@ChrisParrTHE: MOOC creators criticize courses’ lack of creativity

@wfvanvalkenburg: Can UX Design Improve MOOC Completion Rates?

Take 2 – Innovation

@TheAtlantic: The Innovators Who Are Transforming U.S. Education

@po_st: Stella Takes First At World Solar Challenge — “World’s First Solar-Powered Family Car” Wins Michelin Cruiser Class

@Stem_Works: Researchers are creating a new type of prosthetic leg that adjusts to natural walking

Take 3 – Data Visualization

@FastCompany: Visualizing A Global Population Explosion With Bacteria Cities 

@Wired: 13 of the best infographics of 2013

@johnpaul: How Foursquare Made Those Insane Data Visualizations

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Copyright deadlock: Innovation through data mining? Impossible with copyright that dates back to Victor Hugo.

@ScienceGuideEU:  Ambition in the Andes. Ecuador builds topnotch ‘City of Knowledge’ to reform economy and lift millions from poverty

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