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MOOC 2011: The Massive Open Online Course in Theory and in Practice

by Researcher at National Research Council Canada on Sep 10, 2011

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Keynote address in Guadalajara Mexico. In this presentation I set the MOOC within the context of the objectives of this symposium on curriculum design, provide an outline of the history of the MOOC, ...

Keynote address in Guadalajara Mexico. In this presentation I set the MOOC within the context of the objectives of this symposium on curriculum design, provide an outline of the history of the MOOC, and use that history to create a description of MOOCs. See also <a>The MOOC Guide</a>.

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  • chartmann47 chartmann47 I shared your compilation of MOOC successes in my online EdTech MVCR TT1151 course and generated some interest to shadow this symposium in a Prezi project. I see great potential for crowdsourcing research by improving findability and discoverability of essential open content and grey literature. Personal Learning Networks create learning paths for students with help from subject experts willing to participate as mentors. Open access to course materials has the potential to improve instructional quality by raising the bar with informal peer review. Online instructors should understand what it means to aggregate, remix, repurpose, and feed forward information to be successful in meeting transparent, transliterate, and transformative goals for constructivist learning by students already moving at the speed of creativity. Several online instructors in my course were interested in following MOOCs already completed. Time seems to be the limitation for participation. 2 years ago
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  • algalvis50 Alvaro Galvis, investigador, formador y consultor en informatica educativa at Metacursos I have a curious feeling after reviewing this presentation: It is an organized collection of slides that show the essence of MOOC in simple and interesting ways. However I wonder why MOOC becomes transcendent and in what contexts it become innovative. Is it because of the topic to be discussed, creativity in multicultural settings, or because of the methodology and means? 2 years ago
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  • fredgarnett London Knowledge Lab, University of London at London Knowledge Lab, University of London Great stuff, very useful set of frameworks and ideas, not sure I agree with all elements, such as the 268 year-old obsession with AI, not sure that MOOCs, in and of themselves, are transcendent, but your starting question is spot on, what do we transcend and how? What is the purpose of what we do? Design participative learning processes so that we can create the necessary processes of a participative democracy. 2 years ago
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