Saying “MOOCs have taken India by storm” would be an understatement.
Since the start of the higher education “eLearning” craze in 2006, MOOCs and other web-based open education initiatives have taken off and developed into an industry of its own.
The “skills gap” isn’t just one thing; it’s an umbrella term used to encompass any area where employers are having trouble finding qualified employees to fill open positions.
A new door to higher education has opened with the arrival of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), and university-level courses are now accessible to all learners around the globe.
A report released by the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business brings good news for MOOCs.