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So, what is the difference between MOOC and MITX

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MITX is a type of MOOC. MOOC is the teaching strategy whereas MITX is the school that implements it.
yes THANK YOU!!!!! I signed up for the MOOC and now I am doing MITX so i was like wtf thanx
MOOC stands for Masive Open Online Course. There are a number of different providers of MOOCs, including edX/MITx, Coursera and Udacity. They're all the rage right now. A lot of colleges and universities are trying to get in on the MOOC action, so to speak.

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