MOOCMassive OpenOnline CoursesGroup 7Chantal Saunders, Harriet Louis,Leonie Engelbrecht, LionelGeorge & Martin Lesch
Background & History of MOOC’s What is a MOOC?                Background   MOOCs are topic based and      Information is...
Benefits & Disadvantages of MOOC’s   Benefits                      Disadvantages  1.   Learning at your own      1.   Requ...
Success in a MOOC1.   Orient yourself2.   Declare yourself3.   Network4.   Cluster5.   Focus
Challenges in a MOOC Accreditation   not guaranteed Technical skills   required Time and   Effort Information -   Ever...
Current implementation of MOOC MITx Coursera Harvard Extension   School
Future impact MOOC has on:1. Higher Education Broader audience Better informed students Tertiary institutions will have...
Research conducted by our group:     Questionnaire findings   Questionnaire was sent to 105 people. – 35 returned   Targ...
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  1. 1. MOOCMassive OpenOnline CoursesGroup 7Chantal Saunders, Harriet Louis,Leonie Engelbrecht, LionelGeorge & Martin Lesch
  2. 2. Background & History of MOOC’s What is a MOOC? Background MOOCs are topic based and  Information is at the support network learning fingertips Participants all over the  Internet plays a vital role in world daily activities Discussion conducted via  MOOC’s introduced about any online media 4 years ago Outcome determined by  The first course - involvement and “Connectivism and participation Connective Knowledge” No credit or certificate  Presented to 25 paying students and 2 300 students
  3. 3. Benefits & Disadvantages of MOOC’s Benefits Disadvantages 1. Learning at your own 1. Requires more time convenience and commitment 2. Learning is directed 2. More freedom than by your own interest you can handle 3. Learning is vastly less 3. Easy to procrastinate expensive
  4. 4. Success in a MOOC1. Orient yourself2. Declare yourself3. Network4. Cluster5. Focus
  5. 5. Challenges in a MOOC Accreditation not guaranteed Technical skills required Time and Effort Information - Everywhere
  6. 6. Current implementation of MOOC MITx Coursera Harvard Extension School
  7. 7. Future impact MOOC has on:1. Higher Education Broader audience Better informed students Tertiary institutions will have to follow Challenge in Africa2. Labour Market Unskilled work force Improve productivity Private sector and Tertiary institutions - Accreditation
  8. 8. Research conducted by our group: Questionnaire findings Questionnaire was sent to 105 people. – 35 returned Target group: 27 years and 5 years work experience 23 degrees, 2 certificates and 10 diplomas 7% familiar with MOOC’s and 1.5% participated Internet use: 43% -Entertainment & Social & 29% - Educational 57% indicated that MOOC’s will make a contribution in reducing South Africa’s unskilled labour force 97% indicated that MOOC’s or online learning is the way of the future
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