hi all, my latest learning passions are MOOCs and mLearning. I have organized 2 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and I 've been engaged in several others. A longstanding passion is mobile learning, for which I developed projects all across the globe (working in tropical medicine mainly).
At this point in time I am starting a PhD track and I am setting up a business to get workshops going to move people from the idea of a project to  the near realization of it (always in collaboration with other learning experts). I think there are many pitfalls that can be avoided when setting up new learning initiatives, and that has an immediately effect on the total cost of a project, as well as its sustainability and above all: quality. Happy to be here! Thanks Jay for getting dialogues going! 
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Hi there, 

I'm just starting to look into how we release MOOC's into our business. Would you be willing to share how you go about creating the MOOC's? how you engage and market them to the masses?

I could set up a webex meeting with you if you would like to share?

I look forward to hearing from you,

Inge, want to join me in getting a Hangout on MOOCs going here? We'd invite George Siemens, Stephen Downes, Dave Cormier, Curt Bonk, people from Coursera or Udacity, others. 
+Stu Bailey Hi Stu, I am giving paid workshops on that topic for the moment, as MOOCs for corporate incorporations have a lot of additional points of interest to take into account. So it might be better to have a more planned knowledge exchange set up? I am currently commuting between Belgium and the UK, so that would be an option.
Let me know what you think. 
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