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can MOOC make 2013 greatest change year ever -part 2 february

here's where my friends' journeys round entrepreneurial revolution have reached early february - setbacks include 9 february cancelation due to snow of what had been biggest development conference of year d-lab mit- desperately trying to retrospectively linkin to a minimum critical mass of delegates - mail  me  if you intended to be an alumni of the gteatest development conference that never was

===================================== and remembrance leadership projects of The Economist's Norman Macrae


40 years after dad at The Economist and I first started experiments with online youth at UK National Development Project for computer assisted learning, these things are  almost certain to me about moocs (though I welcome comparing "almost certainties") -incidentally on feb 24 I am flying half way round the world to discuss them with the person (sir fazle abed winner of first wise oscars of education) I rate number 1 in changing education (though delighted to try and linkin others nomination of who can change edu most with your help)

2013 will see a war over moocs between those who want to keep the cost and power over education as per norrnal and those who want to free job creating education to be up to to 10 times more economic for net generation

while a mooc links in many ways that peer to peer students can learn virtually with each other, you only need 2 things to be a mooc content contributor

a 12 minute viral slide show that millions of youth needs to know exists and question how to collaboratively action all at the same time

a friendly university that will let your 12 minute  module be included in a course that they want to be a first million youth course

so the partners I am trying to converge are firstly one of 3 types: believers net gen can be 10 times more employed with this million times more collab and open tech (this includes those epicentral to making millennium goals happen)

university leaders who dare join in as above

people with a 12 minute slide show that they want to connect with up to a million youth's actions and social networking

of course there are many other things to bring especially for tech wizards but its the above combination I need to use my dad's youth economics friends branding and mediation competences to unite

if this is your sort of thing please reply to all here or to me at

many thanks chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655

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