Do facilitators just give a lecture and disappear from change/Mooc? Do facilitators shoot and run away from the game?
Most facilitators do talk a lot. Time for questions out of the audience often is too short.
If facilitators could enter the discussion on Facebook, Twitter, change.mooc.ca and answer questions, reply to blogs about their presentation and their subject, would that not be very nice? The facilitator playing the game for a while, not only shoot and run.
Give facilitators an invitation to join the MOOC for a while.