This book explores some key developments in online learning - self-paced, adaptive instruction, competency-based learning, blended learning, learning analytics, and MOOCs - and their implications for learning systems, organizations and students. Full of examples and cases, it provokes policy-makers and administrators to think about what is next. Grounded in practice - there is not much speculation here - it will help policy-makers think back from the future and shape the actions they take now.
Means, B., Bakia, M. & Murphy, R. (2014). Learning online: What research tells us about whether, when and how. London: Routledge.
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