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Accepted after one revision by Prof. Dr. Sinz.

This article is also available in German in print and via Jochen J, Blohm I, Leimeister JM, Brenner W (2014) Massive Open Online Courses. WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK. doi: 10.1007/s11576-014-0405-7.

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Wulf, J., Blohm, I., Leimeister, J.M. et al. Massive Open Online Courses. Bus Inf Syst Eng 6, 111–114 (2014).

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