I think I'd like to give an artisanal MOOC.
In other words, not massive, not open, but yes, online and a course. I would choose 10-12 students from anywhere, we would choose a topic. We would have a time period, 10 weeks, say. It would be a virtual workshop or seminar. I would not record canned lectures but I would skype with each student or set up virtual tertulias. I would not charge the students the first time. Once I get the model working, then I would charge them on a sliding scale the 2nd time, nothing for grad students and $1,000 for full professors... or whatever works out logically.
Anyway, this might be one of those brilliant ideas that occur to me and turn out to be much less brilliant the next day. We'll see!
I want to use the speed of the internet and other technology, their power to reduce distances, while keeping the slowness of the analog humanities.