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People who have taken dozens of massive open online courses share their advice for those teaching them.
Jeffrey Beall has criticized the publisher on his blog. The company, based in India, says his comments are criminal under Indian law.
The university and Udacity are partners in the project, with support from AT&T. Degree-seeking students will have to apply and will pay about $7,000.
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