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  • Skaitmeninės technologijos radikaliai keičia mokslo ir studijų bei švietimo peizažą. Atviro mokymosi formos formaliose studijose ir švietime, keliančios iššūkius atviro mokymosi pripažinimui ir tradiciniems AM vadybos ir lyderystės modeliamsPadarė didžiulį poveikį mokslo ir studijų bei švietimo institucijoms, ir dar kelia nepamatuojamą ir sunkiai suvokiamą poveikį dėstytojams, studentams, leidykloms, bibliotekoms ir kitiems susijusiems socialiniams dalininkams.
  • MOOCs’ų kampanija turėjo didžiausią impulsą studijų kaitai – iš tradicinių į nuotolines, įvertinant:Learning analyticsadapted learningPersonalisationradical education and learning methodologies MOOCs for educational change is anopportunity in the pedagogical level: opportunity for lifelong learning; new interactions and rolesbetween learners, teachers, technology;permeability between previously isolated sectors;spectrum of formal and non‐formal learning opportunities In this sense, MOOCs represent anincubator for educational research
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  • We would lose much more than we can measure – we would lose our professional life, as it changed and integrated with social life – that’s true!

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