My new assignment is to complete 5 more annotated bibliography similar to what you sent to me yesterday. Please do not use the below 5 that was already used. I need a new 5 dated with the last 5 years. I already found 2 that can be used, see below under new assignment. The assignment you sent me is a total of 3 pages for the 5 annotated bibliographies. So at $12 a page, I can send you $40 to complete this new assignment. Please advise.
· Alraimi, K. M., Zo, H., & Ciganek, A. P. (2015). Understanding the MOOCs continuance: The role of openness and reputation. Computers & Education, 80, 28-38.
· Dodson, M. N., Kitburi, K., & Berge, Z. L. (2015). Possibilities for MOOCs in corporate training and development. Performance Improvement, 54(10), 14-21.
· Evans, B. J., Baker, R. B., & Dee, T. S. (2016). Persistence patterns in massive open online courses (MOOCs). The Journal of Higher Education, 87(2), 206-242.
· Laurillard, D. (2016). The educational problem that MOOCs could solve: professional development for teachers of disadvantaged students. Research in Learning Technology, 24.
(1) Clarke, T. (2013). The advance of the MOOCs (massive open online courses). Education & Training, 55(4), 403-413. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00400911311326036
(2) Ahmad, T. (2015). Preparing for the future of higher education. On the Horizon, 23(4), 323-330. Retrieved from http://proxy.stu.edu:2048/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/1734605374?accountid=14129
This assignment continues on the basis of the question and opening paragraph below. I have provided 2 peer reviewed studies above, can you find 3 more and write a total of 5 annotated bibliographies similar to the last assignment?
Does MOOC in higher education achieve its recognition of competency based programs to employers? Online education is becoming a central component to academic programs globally. Do employers question its master of specific skill and the collaboration skills needed to fill future postings? Thomas Friedman suggests that MOOCs are a “revolution” that will change higher education. I call the threat of MOOCs destroying the university the “MOOCopalypse (Friedman, T. 2013). Whether you consider massive open online courses (MOOCs) the future of higher education or a fad, the fact remains that they are prevalent. The massive part of the acronym identifies itself as an ongoing popular trend which is receiving lots of traction with unlimited course enrollment. Research shows that MOOCs are offered by over 100 well known universities with enrollment ranging from a few thousand to over 180,000 (Explorance, 2013). MOOCs are valuable as they provide a way for people globally to gain unlimited access, knowledge and skills. However, the nature of MOOCs makes assessing and evaluating its overall quality and effectiveness difficult. This is the question that, when answered, will allow MOOC make changes to their model in order to gain more credibility and become more effective to the eyes of all involved.
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