MOOC mania: implications and collaboration for english language teachers
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CitationMiraj, A. A., & Islam, M. A. (2015). MOOC Mania: Implications and Collaboration for English Language Teachers. Crossings, Special volume, 132–136. Retrieved from file:///E:/Dspace/2018/October/Faculty%20Publications/Mohammad%20Aminul%20Islam/Crossings_special-volume.pdf
In today's Internet ridden world e-learning is one of the crucial parts of modern education. This way of learning is surprisingly diverse but shares a predictable common denominator. Technology’s transformative power enables learning interactions that might otherwise be impossible for students and teachers alike. Coursera.com is a fast growing MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) provider empowering students and educators, and enables learners to create an interactive platform. In this study, we will discuss the course “Shaping the Way we Teach English” which has brought enthusiasm among passionate English teachers. This paper will highlight how the flexibility of this course paves the way for collaborating with the online and offline teaching and learning community with the experience of digital learning. Furthermore, it also examines how the learners are adapting to the digital platform, the challenges they face, and how they are overcoming the obstacles.