MOOCs on the Move : How Coursera Is Disrupting the Traditional Classroom - Knowledge Wharton
We also believe employers will put in money to be granted access to the records of students who have taken some of our courses. Employers would receive much more quantitative and detailed information about these students than just their resume, which is what they say about themselves. This way, employers can learn if the students did well, both in hard skills, like on the exercises, and in soft skills, like helping others in the discussion forum and in study groups. That’s really important information in a 21st century workplace, and I believe employers would be willing to pay for this. We have already had some interest from employers about this.
Ca, c’est intéressant.... La monétisation des plateformes éducatives passerait donc par le fait de vendre les performances des étudiants aux employeurs....