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Blackboard Enters the MOOCs Arena
Blackboard Inc. presents a free, flexible option for running massive open online courses (MOOCs), soon to be available to all Blackboard clients at no extra

montreal students protest  Enters the MOOCs Arena Blackboard Inc. presents a  free, flexible option for running massive open online courses (MOOCs) , soon to be available to all Blackboard clients at no extra cost, in a non-exclusive, non-binding manner, thus joining  organizations like Coursera and Udacity in the MOOCs domain. Including a wide range of course management and student engagement features, the tool allows institutions to manage their MOOCs strategy according to their own needs. To support the new MOOCS

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