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Összefoglaló. Tanulmányunkban a Tömeges Nyitott Online Kurzusok (angolul: Massive Open Online Education, rövidítése MOOC) kialakulásával és óriási méretű növekedésével foglalkozunk. A rövid előzményekkel rendelkező, mai formájában 2011-ben startolt új típusú oktatási forma jelenleg már alapképzéses és mesterképzéses diplomát is ad. Ily módon beszélhetünk MOOC egyetemekről, melyek sok szerző szerint a Christensen-féle romboló újítás megtestesítői a felsőoktatásban. A MOOC népszerűsége egyúttal jelzi, hogy a napjainkban lezajló generációváltás egyben oktástechnikai változással is párosul. Cikkünkben összehasonlítjuk a MOOC egyetemek jóléti hatásait a Gutenberg-féle könyvnyomtatás jóléti hatásaival. A szolgáltatói oldalhoz kapcsolódóan pedig bemutatjuk a MOOC-platformok jelenleg működő finanszírozási modelljeit.

Summary. The study analyses the emergence and huge growth of the Massive Open Online Education. This new type of education which started in 2011 in its current form and so has only a very short history, now offers both bachelor’s and master’s degree. MOOC universities are seen by many authors as the embodiment of Christensen’s destructive innovation. At the same time, the popularity of MOOC indicates that the generational change taking place today is accompanied by a change in educational technology. The present paper compares the welfare effects of MOOC universities with the welfare effects of Gutenberg’s book printing. In connection with the service provider side, the paper presents the financing models of the MOOC platforms as well.

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