It's becoming very PC on campus to say that "blended learning" (a mix of online and face-t0-face teaching) might be ok, but that fully online teaching may not. So if you are someone like me who has dabbled in online teaching and MOOCs you are viewed with some suspicion by friends and colleagues on campus who fear that online learning will eat away at traditional teaching, much like McDonald's hamburger chains in foreign lands.
Of course so much of the problem lies in semantics: What does one mean by "online?" or "open source" or "MOOC" or "DROOL" and so on.
I commented today (to a sympathetic staff person who is a tech person/instructional designer): Isn't all teaching blended? He laughed and said, "Yeah."
For those who don't get what's funny...since most of us are using a mix of technology and face-to-face methods, aren't we all doing blended teaching...and if so, why don't we just call it...something like...teaching.