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Topic - Michael Lenox
The University of Virginia physics professor has jumped head-first into the brave new world of Massive Open Online Courses, more commonly known as MOOCs, that supporters claim -- and skeptics fear -- is on the brink of revolutionizing the way postsecondary education is conducted.
But Michael Lenox, a business professor at the University of Virginia, said he considers himself an educational pioneer by teaching a MOOC on business strategy.
He said this final project was another "pilot" program, much like MOOCs as a whole.