Later there will be another post on online courses, starting with business schools.
Probably a longer one ahead of BETT next year. There is not enough reporting on what happens.
I base my guess on the Guardian still. Both what appears and what is hidden or mostly hidden. "special report" on 7 March can't find on official website but is on Pressreader. Seems to have been supported in print by half page ad from University of Derby. They are mentioned, as is Falmouth and Imperial.
MOOC mention in last column, then Futurelearn.
I still think Futurelearn is major news, as was obvious at BETT.
Helena Pozniak is a freelance journalist, this "special report" is not part of the main education pages.
Page 35 Peter Scott complains about commercial pressure but no mention of MOOC or even tech. My guess is still that the innovation will not come from the existing research stars, see previous posts. Still no update on Mode 1 etc.
cuts ( and unis less interested)
Guardian proper report no mention of the MOOC
My guess newspapers so worried about online and social media share of advertising that they are reluctant to report digital disruption potential
needs a bit more to make the post convincing