For those who have access to it, the May issue of The American Historian has some interesting articles:
"The Future History of MOOCs: Historians, Archivists, and the Digital Classroom," by Evan Friss
There has been plenty of debate about the value of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs). Evan Friss reveals that MOOCs have an often-overlooked value: as future archives for historians.
"Reporting a Negative Result in Crowdsourcing," by Jon Christensen