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Institute of
Computer
Technologies

MESI MOOC INITIATIVE
“Innovation is a change which creates a new
dimension of performa...
Re-thinking
•
•
•
•

Challengers of HE in open context
Strategy and resources
Content design
Assessment, learning analytic...
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
New formats of collaboration
New types of resources
Web 2.0

New groups of users

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
Challengers: why MOOCs?
• Open access to higher education
• Commercial institutions selling open
degrees “disruptive innov...
Dilemmas: choosing a strategy
• Attitude to open and distant education and
resources. Learning culture. Target
audience
• ...
OpenupEd EADTU Initiative

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
The aims and features of the
project
• equity, quality and diversity of languages and learning
cultures
• collaborating on...
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
Elements of a unified MESI RESOURCES of MESI
information environment
ILC
KCS KM
Virtual Campus
sp.mesi.ru

DocsVision

Out...
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
Content design
Is it possible to make an excellent online
course?

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
Open Learning Environment
Learning system
Model design
(learning materials
and instructions)

Learning Process
Teaching
Te...
Course Design: learning through
meaningful interaction
•Learning Content

1. Precise
design
3. More lectures, less
support...
Features common MOOCs
1. The course serves a large target group (Massive!)
2. The course combines the classical distance e...
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
Number of users on lms.mesi.ru
Country

Number of
users

(PT) Portugal

66

(RU) Russia

63

(BG) Bulgaria

30

(ES) Spain...
Name of the course

Number
of
students

Course description

Number of
academic hours
(weeks)

Fundamentals of
Economics

1...
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
Conclusions: lessons learnt
• Content, process and result
• Awareness of necessity to mooc
• Constant cooperation and dial...
Questions for discussion:
• the role of a university as a platform for joint
MOOC creation, cooperation
• the choice of MO...
eng.mesi.ru/icde2014

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
Thank you!
We are open to cooperation….
mtatarinova@mesi.ru
lms.mesi.ru
rc-dl.ru

ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN
Dec 4-6, 2013
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    1. 1. Institute of Computer Technologies MESI MOOC INITIATIVE “Innovation is a change which creates a new dimension of performance” Peter Drucker Maria Pannatier, PhD, Head of the Chair of ICTs in Education ICT MESI www.mesi.ru ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    2. 2. Re-thinking • • • • Challengers of HE in open context Strategy and resources Content design Assessment, learning analytics and sustainability provision • Development perspectives ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    3. 3. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    4. 4. New formats of collaboration New types of resources Web 2.0 New groups of users ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    5. 5. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    6. 6. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    7. 7. Challengers: why MOOCs? • Open access to higher education • Commercial institutions selling open degrees “disruptive innovation” • Explicit demonstration of the value universities add • Opening for quality assurance OECD State of Higher Education 2013 www.oecd.org/edu/imhe ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    8. 8. Dilemmas: choosing a strategy • Attitude to open and distant education and resources. Learning culture. Target audience • Government Policy and Finance • Business model • Digitalization vs Pedagogical Issues • What is open? ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    9. 9. OpenupEd EADTU Initiative ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    10. 10. The aims and features of the project • equity, quality and diversity of languages and learning cultures • collaborating on a quality brand of MOOCs • set of values connected to the European online learning tradition • decentralized model for the operation of MOOCs • not offering any LMS/CMS system for MOOCs • quality label for MOOCs (‘OpenupEd label’) and instruments for monitoring and research • model of attracting new partners http://www.thegoodmooc.com/2013/10/meet-standard-setters-interview-darcojansen.html ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    11. 11. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    12. 12. Elements of a unified MESI RESOURCES of MESI information environment ILC KCS KM Virtual Campus sp.mesi.ru DocsVision Outlook ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    13. 13. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    14. 14. Content design Is it possible to make an excellent online course? ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    15. 15. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    16. 16. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    17. 17. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 46, 2013
    18. 18. Open Learning Environment Learning system Model design (learning materials and instructions) Learning Process Teaching Teaching Expertize Publishing in LMS ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013 Learning Learning Learning System Model
    19. 19. Course Design: learning through meaningful interaction •Learning Content 1. Precise design 3. More lectures, less support •Learner •Learners 2. Collaboration •Teacher 4. Learning to learn skills • Learning Activities, Instructions and Processes ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    20. 20. Features common MOOCs 1. The course serves a large target group (Massive!) 2. The course combines the classical distance education openness and the new digital openness. For example, open licensing (reuse – remix – rework – redistribute), free online availability, open accessibility), open programming, flexibility of pace, place and time. 3. The course size will be expressed in ECs (European Credits) and ideally varies between 1 and 5 EC 4. The course is learner-centred as opposed to teacher-centred 5. The learning materials should be ‘all-inclusive’ and high-quality 6. The learning materials should be multimedia 7. The set of courses will offer a spectrum of diversity 8. Courses offer a free learning network / community 9. Courses offer badges or paid-for certification ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    21. 21. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    22. 22. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    23. 23. Number of users on lms.mesi.ru Country Number of users (PT) Portugal 66 (RU) Russia 63 (BG) Bulgaria 30 (ES) Spain 23 (IT) Italy 24 (BR) Brasil 17 (GR) Greece 18 (GB) Great Britain 17 (DE) Germany 11 (LV) Latvia Registered users: 448 unique users 10 (RO) Romania 9 (CA) Canada 6 (NL) the Netherlands Other countries: 1-5 students. 6 Dated Nov. 2013 ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    24. 24. Name of the course Number of students Course description Number of academic hours (weeks) Fundamentals of Economics 108 This course is an introduction to Economics, fundamentals of micro- and macroeconomics. The course is premaster level, aimed to help future master students (especially for students with non-economics Bachelor degree) to receive needed knowledge in the area of Economics. 70 (8) Taxes and Taxation in Russia 36 This course is a master level program aimed at providing a fundamental understanding of the underlying framework, basic principles and concepts of taxation in Russia. Students will get broad exposure to the tax payment procedures and the hierarchy of various tax law sources. Assignments will develop an ability to identify tax planning opportunities and understand the role taxation plays in economic decision making. Students will enhance their communication and teamwork skills through forum discussions on the critical issues of tax policy. 20 (4) Business Russian 55 The course is designed for students with an initial level of language training. The purpose of the course is to give an idea about the features of Russian business communication, to teach basic techniques of dialogues, to give an idea about the etiquette of business communication and business writing, to introduce the vocabulary of topic groups "Business", "Economy", "Management". The course also gives the specific features of the national behavior in formal and informal surroundings. 72 (24 ) Let us Speak Russian! 38 The course focuses on the development of the necessary communication skills in different situations, taking into account the stylistic features of Modern Spoken Russian in the development of adequate mechanisms of perception - from household to academic. The goal of the course is to correct and develop speech and language skills, improving skills in speech, expanding cultural competence of students. 72 (24) Basics of Distance Education 37 The course is a core course of various Master degree educational programmes on Education, Educational Technologies, ICTs in Education, Applied Informatics in Education. It can be useful for LLP programmes in ICTs in Education, Distance Education and Instructional Design as well. The course gives both theoretical and practical knowledge on distance learning systems, outlines legal basis for DE in different countries, analyses experiences and practices of DE around the world at different educational levels and subject areas, presents the main principles and model of DE and specifies the potential of ICTs and web 2.0 in education. 100 (7) ICT competence (elementary, advanced, professional) 35 ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec and The course is aimed at ICT competence assessment 4- development for various working specialists with ICTs competence application at a Bachelor Level. The course 6, 2013 presents a system of smart tests at elementary, advanced and professional level in the 20 (3)
    25. 25. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    26. 26. Conclusions: lessons learnt • Content, process and result • Awareness of necessity to mooc • Constant cooperation and dialogue with the audience, learning analytics tool • Course design and expertise • Motivating and supporting the staff • Cooperation in developing MOOC • Start acting ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    27. 27. Questions for discussion: • the role of a university as a platform for joint MOOC creation, cooperation • the choice of MOOC strategy and platforms, • methodology of MOOC content creation, • the factors motivating authors engagement in the project, • licensing and copyright issues, • MOOC sustainability and process support. ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    28. 28. eng.mesi.ru/icde2014 ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
    29. 29. Thank you! We are open to cooperation…. mtatarinova@mesi.ru lms.mesi.ru rc-dl.ru ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN Dec 4-6, 2013
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