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Interesting brain dump by the two teachers of a #mooc
class I recently completed at +Coursera
Worth watching if you are interested in the class topic and/or MOOC's. They published the student completion numbers:
There were approximately 102,000 students enrolled in the course, about 51,000 watched videos, 20,000 did quizzes, and 5,500 did/graded the data analysis assignments.
I enjoyed the classes, Jeff Leek of Johns Hopkins University is a very bright guy. I learned a lot, both about data analysis and about how a Coursera with peer review works. As Jeff and Roger discuss, a huge part of the learning comes from reading and participating in the message board of the class. The bad news of that is the message board message volume is far too large in a class of this size to keep up and find the valuable threads. And unfortunately, the Coursera message board software is very poor. They really could make their classes a far better teaching experience by simply improving the ability for reading and tracking the message boards.https://www.coursera.org/course/dataanalysis
Simply Statistics Podcast #6: Data Analysis MOOC Post-mortem