MOOC fever is apparently still rampant...professors from a wide range of legal, business and management fields share lessons (in this article) learned from teaching these massive online courses that they are now applying in their traditional classes.
Highlights from these professors' findings listed in the above article include:
1) More "chunking" of content, based on findings that point to a 15-minute attention span sweet spot
2) More visuals... almost all professors interviewed cited that they would incorporate more visual elements in their traditional classes
3) Time/$ savings... one professor in particular felt that by integrating MOOC units into his traditional class he can greatly cut-down on the time and course load needed to graduate (is his institution really on-board with this plan?)