Quite interesting lecture notes on an alternative future for online learning. Nothing new, a bit gung-ho about the potential and not a lot on the risks, but nice to see people are thinking about this and consolidating ideas in this area.
Address of the bookmark: http://halfanhour.blogspot.com/2011/05/crowdsourcing-future-of-elearning.html
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