It's unclear exactly what role massive open online courses will play in helping to train tomorrow's technical workers, but it's clear that MOOCS are shaking up the higher-education arena. Some say the courses' use of multimedia methodologies may be better suited for science, technology, engineering and math -- STEM -- education than traditional classrooms. Others question the rigorousness of such programs.
Are MOOCS part of the STEM solution?
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