INTRODUCTION TO TOPIC
This presentation is based on massively
open online courses (MOOCs). It state
more about MOOCs including:
• It’s history,
• Types of MOOCs and
• The topic that I want to pursue on my
future MOOCs experience.
WHAT IS MOOC S ?
• A way of learning , a course, an open
participatory distribution and life long learning.
• An environment where people who are more
advanced , reasons, thinkers , motivators and
educators can practice their skill in a public
• It is a compilation of learning material.
• MOOCs is not a course it’s self but it a
transmission of a course.
DISADVANTAGES AND ADVANTAGIS
D I S A D VA N TA D E S
Participants must create their own
Digital literacy is necessary
Time and effort required from
Participants must self-regulate and
set their own goals
AD VA N TA G E S
Escape time zones and boundaries
Produce and deliver in short timeframe
Contextualized content can be shared
Lower barriers to student entry
Enhance personal learning environment
Improve lifelong learning skills
It is locally irrelevant.
By Lewin, Tamar (20 February 2013). Online avalable at "Universities Abroad Join
Partnerships on the Web". New York Times. Access on 16 February
HISTORY OF MOOCS
Before the MOOCs were developed there was a
broadcast radio as an e-learning but it failed due
to lack of participation. Prior MOOCs there was an
OER (Open Educational Resources). The first
MOOCs emerged from the open educational
resources (OER) movement. The term MOOC was
coined in 2008 by Dave Cormier and Senior
Research Fellow Bryan Alexander of the National
Institute for Technology.
Its stated objective is to enable people to gain
basic education and workplace skills
TYPES OF MOOC
X-MOOC is based on the
scalability (for learning).
Mostly X-MOOC are typically
offered by the universities in
partnership with an online profit
Universities are use this type of
MOOC to deliver the content.
Student need to pay for X-MOOC
as the confirmation of that they are
learning with the expectation of
Students must post the slides and
blogs to confirm their participant.
Stands for connectivist MOOC
Focus on community and
It mostly benefiting to students
Feeding forward, sharing of ideas
Learning and knowledge rest in
diversity of opinions.
Learning are reside in non-human
Capacity to learn is more critical
than what is currently known.
There is no confirmation for
THE TOPIC THAT I WANT TO PURSUE.
My field of interest is language. The topic I
would like to pursue on my future MOOC
experience is “syntax” which refers to the
organisation of words in a sentence.
By Deb Peterson (2013) The pros and cons of MOOC. Continuing Learning. Com
online available at http://adulted.about.com/od/adult-education-in-the-U.S./a/thepros-and-cons-of-moocs-htm. Access on 16 February 2013
By Lewin, Tamar (20 February 2013). Online avalaible http://universities Abroad
Join Partnerships on the Web. New York Times. Accessed on 16 February 2014.
By Cheverie, Joan.(2014) http://MOOCs an Intellectual Property: Ownership and
Use Rights". Accessed on 15 February 2014