ISSN 2168-1333

Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies (JOGLTEP)
Vol. 2, Issue 3, July 2014

Special Issue on MOOCs 

Special Issue Editors:  

Ghanashyam Sharma, Ph.D.
Stony Brook University (SUNY), New York, USA

Michael Murphy, Ph.D.
State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego, New York, USA


Editorial by Ghanashyam Sharma and Michael Murphy 


  1. Developing world MOOCs: A curriculum view of the MOOC landscape by Laura Czerniewicz, Andrew Deacon, Janet Small, and Sukaina Walji

  2. Redefining the MOOC: Examining the multilingual and community potential of massive online courses by Kaitlin Clinnin

  3. Thinking about thinking like a writer: Learning at scale in a writing MOOC by Kate Fedewa, Jeffrey T. Grabill, Kristen Heine, Julie Lindquist, and Jennifer Royston

  4. Cyber schooling: A family’s hi-tech nightmare by Uttam Gaulee

  5. Mapping five O’s for reaping benefits from massive open online courses by Bernard Nkuyubwatsi

  6. Reflecting upon the content and design principles of a university e-course for preservice English language teachers: The lecturer’s perspective by Maria Stathopoulou

  7. Engagement or alienation? Reflections on MOOC design, facilitator role, and context by Tanya Lau

  8. Rings of engagement: A Model for MOOC enrollment by Phu Vu and Peter J. Fadde

  9. Democratic” online courses as “glocalized communication” in English language teaching and applied linguistics: A proposal by Ribut Wahyudi

  10. Going beyond the good MOOC/bad MOOC debate (An observation on the special issue) by Maha Bali