It’s easy to find criticism with new ideas, and massive open online courses are no exception. In this post, Gene responds to a scathing review of an introductory statistics course offered by Udacity. Massive Open Online Courses, he says, can offer professors ways to interact with students on an individual level that large lecture courses cannot.
How do you go about editing and commenting on the same document while in an online writing group or working on other collaborative projects? In this post, I test out two different methods for sharing and commenting on text documents — a Microsoft Word and Dropbox combination and Google Drive. As a bonus, I also test out Scrivener’s ability to convert comments to a Word document.