The MOOC (Massive Open Online Course: Online courses open to all) are poised to radically change the access to training and knowledge. Born in the United States, this concept to study for free at top universities and schools, through a simple Internet connection, seduced millions of Internet users worldwide. What is the origin of this phenomenon? How to find and follow a MOOC? What are the limits of this teaching method? Here are some answers.
Whatever the origins, nationality, age, gender, social class, education level, or geographic location, the MOOC are accessible to all. A form of innovative pedagogy that opens new perspectives to those who wish to train in a particular area, complement their skills, or get certified. teachers side, schools and universities, the development of MOOC allows them to address a much wider audience, gain international visibility, but also to attract new potential students. A win-win concept that has exploded in just over two years.