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Will massive online courses disrupt faith?

The rise of massively open online courses (MOOCs) is beginning to disrupt the world of higher education. What does this mean for the formation of Christian faith in that world? MIT professor and scientist Troy Van Voorhis tackles this question.

Length: 9 minutes |

Listen: online_ed_2013.04.29_final.mp3

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