Online masters TUD 01112013

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  • Translate. Message: Let’s get online. Fast!Executive Board: January2012: 1 pilot ODL master start sept 2014. March: 3 pilots. August: start sept 2013. December 2012: 4 MOOCs
  • OpenCourseWare: Course Materials available for use and re-use, for free, worldwide (700 visitors a day). No certificates, but pilot with Study Badges (informal certificates of Study Skills)Goal: Enlarge Access to Educational Materials, empower institution’s reputationexample: publishing OCW led to Cooperation with ITB Bandung and Mozambique institutionsOnline Distance Education: Pilot starts september 2013, Students need to enroll but are not physically in Delft (everything happens online). Small numbers of enrolled studentsd (20?)Goal: provide a Masters degree via Online Education to those who want but are unable to come to Delft, enlarge audienceMOOCs: Online, MassiveGoal: strenghten reputation, enlarge access to Higher Education
  • There’s more to online education than just developing courses…
  • Course Buckling, how does this look like in Blackboard?Content divided into modulesClear learning activities per module, icons that show what to do and how long it takes.
  • VinkjebijaanmeldingKort procedure
  • Online masters TUD 01112013

    1. 1. Online Education @ TU Delft
    2. 2. 2012:
    3. 3. Online and Campus Education • • • • • Learning Activities & Course Materials Free Enrolled students only, massive numbers Bachelors Level Certificate of Completion Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Course Ware (OCW) Campus Education • • • • • On-campus Education Top-class education and research facilities World famous university library Active student societies Great opportunities to participate in special student projects Online Distance Education • • • • • • • • • • • • Course Materials Free Big Exposure, Worldwide audience Both Bachelor and Master level No interaction with faculty No accredited certificate Learning Activities & Course Materials Paid enrollment Enrolled students only, limited numbers Master level Accredited Course Certificate Full Master Degree
    4. 4. OpenCourseWare Since 2006: 110 + courses
    5. 5. DelftX Courses • September 2013 26.000 52.000 • February 2014 • Prof Jacco Hoekstra - Aerospace Engineering • Introduction video • Prof Margot Weijnen – Critical Infrastructures
    6. 6. Blended learning 2 projects: • Bended BSc Technische Bestuurskunde • Blended digitale doorstroomminor Werktuigbouwkunde Stimulate study success:  activating students  studying regularly  increase motivation http://www.whatislms.com/using-blended-learning-to-enhance-education
    7. 7. Pilots Online Master Courses (offered since September 2013) 3 pilots: Aerospace Engineering, 6 courses, 13 online participants Water management, whole master (25 courses), 10 online participants Engineering & Policy Analysis, 6 courses, 31 campus participants
    8. 8. Why? Motives to start with ODE • Strong international orientation • Strong growth market for ODE: Professionals/Alumni (update knowledge, side step into another field, career), Upgrade from Bachelors degree, People unable to study face-to-face, and students who cannot come to class • high ranked non-profit universities have started investing substantially in online education as well. • Impact on quality on campus education • Enhance flexibility for in-house students
    9. 9. How? NewMedia Center • Central project manager • Project divisions: • • • • • • • Teaching Model Course Development Administration/Organization ICT Infrastructure Marketing Strategy Legal / Quality Assurance Business Model Educational advisors 1-1, workshops, course • Faculty Project manager • Lecturers • TA’s
    10. 10. UTQ course Designing and teaching an online course • Plus link
    11. 11. General Teaching Model • • • • • • Activating students – assignments, formative testing Social and academic integration – motivation High quality learning materials Constructive Alignment Structure – deadlines, live events etc.. Feedback
    12. 12. Example: How does this look like in Blackboard? Link
    13. 13. Example: questions
    14. 14. Example: Assessment
    15. 15. Organisational • Students apply at TU Delft • Payment per course (€ 200 per EC) or per year (regular tuition fee) • Succesful completion course: TU Delft certificate • MSc degree can consist of series of certificates • Student Service Desk online education
    16. 16. Deliverables • • • • • • • • 36 online courses Steps for producing a video Test protocols Registration procedure Teaching model UTQ course “teaching an online course” Example course in Blackboard Service desk online education Example of a knowledge clip Example of an introduction video
    17. 17. Future developments…. the back office Plans for the next three years are in progress!
    18. 18. Questions? Website: TU Delft – Study - Online Sofia Dopper (project manager): s.m.dopper@tudelft.nl

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