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Presentation MOOCs - from hype to opportunity. Estonian Information Technology Foundation for Education conference, Turning point in education, 9-11 April 2014.

Presentation MOOCs - from hype to opportunity. Estonian Information Technology Foundation for Education conference, Turning point in education, 9-11 April 2014.

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  • 1. How open is a MOOC? - from hype to opportunity CC BY-NC-ND Some rights reserved by Vitó on Flickr
  • 2. Alastair Creelman alastair.creelman@lnu.se Map: Public Domain http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2008_Europe_Political_Map_EN.jpg on Wikimedia Commons Blogs on IT and learning Corridor of Uncertainty (English) Flexspan (Swedish) Twitter: @alacre
  • 3. Flop of 2013 – MOOCs? CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by lewishamdreamer on Flickr
  • 4. CC BY-SA Some rights reserved by AJC1 Extremely low completion rates Mostly graduates Content-based pedagogy Not reaching new learners
  • 5. MOOCs - not a tsunami … CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by @Doug88888 on Flickr
  • 6. 50 shades of openness © Copyright Public domainCreativeCommons
  • 7. Content-based Process-based Copyright Open (OER) MOOC compass Image: Open Clipart, public domain
  • 8. CC BY Some rights reserved by Marc_Smith cMOOCs – learning networks
  • 9. xMOOC • Traditional e-learning • Linear structure • Lecture, quiz, test • Automated • Peer assessment • Demands digital literacy, study skills • Mostly copyright CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by SRCrawford on Flickr
  • 10. • Coursera – USA, 108 universities • edX – USA, 29 universities • Udacity - USA • FutureLearn – UK, 27 universities • iVersity – Germany • OpenupEd – EU, 12 partners • Open2Study – Australia, 7 universities • Miríada – Spain, 28 universities • … and many more, see www.mooc.ca MOOCs – a global movement CC BY Some rights reserved by Ivan McClellan Photography
  • 11. Why study a MOOC? CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by [ embr ] on Flickr
  • 12. Course CC BY-SA Some rights reserved by Kamil Porembiński MOOC CC BY-SA-NC Some rights reserved by fortinbras S Downes – Like reading a newspaper (21 March 2014)
  • 13. Business model? CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by davebarger
  • 14. MOOC business models • Marketing & recruitment • Validation and examination • Coursera “signature track” • Franchising – MOOC as course material • Headhunting • Corporate training • You’ve seen the movie … now do the MOOC! CC BY-SA Some rights reserved by 401(K) 2013 on Flickr
  • 15. The new oil … CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by cclark395 on Flickr
  • 16. Not all open learning is a MOOC .. • Peer2Peer University • OER university • Udemy • OpenStudy CC BY Some rights reserved by kevin dooley
  • 17. Layered model for education Educational resources (shades of openness) Courses, MOOCs, self-study Tutoring, feedback, guidance Validation, examination Free Free/pay Pay/free Pay University/college Other actors Advanced search Quality criteria
  • 18. MOOC quality – in the eye of the beholder? CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by Insight Imaging: John A Ryan Photography on Flickr
  • 19. MOOC quality • Know why you’re offering a MOOC • Transparency • Expectation management • Scaffolding • Opt in rather than opt out • Short and sweet • Flexibility CC BY-ND Some rights reserved by Mufidah Kassalias
  • 20. Quality framework for MOOCs in Europe • Openness to learners • Digital openness • Learner-centred approach • Independent learning • Media-supported interaction • Recognition options • Quality focus • Spectrum of diversity
  • 21. 12 MOOC dimensions • Openness • Scale • Multimedia • Communication • Collaboration • Learning pathway Ref: MOOCs as disruptive technologies: strategies for enhancing the learner experience and quality of MOOCs, Conole G 2013 • Quality assurance • Reflection • Certification • Formal learning • Autonomy • Diversity CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by Fonk on Flickr
  • 22. Opportunities … Model for collaborative learning CC BY Some rights reserved by kevin dooley Taste of higher education National open courses Lifelong learning Commercial models Hybrid models
  • 23. Learning - anywhere - any time … if you know how CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by Kevin McShane
  • 24. My digital footprints ... Blogs about net learning • Corridor of Uncertainty (English) • Flexspan (Swedish) • Corridor of Learning (what I’m reading) • Flexflow (magazine with news from my network) Twitter (links to articles and news) http://twitter.com/alacre My bookmarks http://www.diigo.com/user/alacre CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by Ben McDarmont Photography on Flickr

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