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Integrating MOOCs in Blended Courses
Carmen Holotescu, Gabriela Grosseck, Vladimir Cretu, Antoanela Naaji
UPT/ Timsoft / U...
Blending MOOCs in university courses - EdX
„We are taking what we are learning and the technologies we are developing in
t...
Variants of blending MOOCs in university courses
Web Programming, 2013-14, III CTI
• HTML/HTML5, Javascript, CSS, XML, Perl, PHP, MySQL, Ajax;
• Web2.0/Social Media (blogg...
announcements
modules
collaborative
exercises
learning from the
stream
multimedia
messages
opennes to (small)
OERs
polls/q...
Mobile learning features
• Allow students to become familiar (aware) with the MOOC phenomenon and
trends:
•the most import...
Steps for MOOCs Integration
• 1.MOOCs discovery and selection - #mooc:
•openeducationeuropa.eu
•mooc-list.com
•futurelearn...
MOOCs Participation Evaluation
• knew about MOOCs before the course (49%)
• followed MOOCs before the course (29%)
• will ...
A Model for MOOCs Integration
Thank you!
Carmen Holotescu
Twitter, Cirip: @cami13
Gabriela Grosseck
Twitter: @ggrosseck, Cirip: @gabriela
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Integrating MOOCs in Blended Courses: presented in the Workshop OER and MOOC, eLSE, Bucharest, April 2014.
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  1. 1. Integrating MOOCs in Blended Courses Carmen Holotescu, Gabriela Grosseck, Vladimir Cretu, Antoanela Naaji UPT/ Timsoft / UMUC; UVT; UPT; UVVG eLSE: eLearning and Software for Education, Bucharest, April 2014
  2. 2. Blending MOOCs in university courses - EdX „We are taking what we are learning and the technologies we are developing in the large and applying them in the small to create a blended model of education to really reinvent and reimagine what we do in the classroom.” „. We really have to completely reimagine education, micromanaging it. Even the infrastructure has to change. Everything has to change. We need to go from lectures on the blackboard to online exercises, online videos. We have to go to interactive virtual laboratories and gamification. We have to go to completely online grading and peer interaction and discussion boards. Everything really has to change.” Anant Agarwal, 2013. Why massive open online courses (still) matter. A TED presentation, ted.com/talks/anant_agarwal_why_massively_open_online_courses_still_matter.html
  3. 3. Variants of blending MOOCs in university courses
  4. 4. Web Programming, 2013-14, III CTI • HTML/HTML5, Javascript, CSS, XML, Perl, PHP, MySQL, Ajax; • Web2.0/Social Media (blogging, microblogging, social networks, collaborative applications, curation/collaborative bookmarking systems, RSS feeds, mash-ups), Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons licenses, Massive Open Online Courses.
  5. 5. announcements modules collaborative exercises learning from the stream multimedia messages opennes to (small) OERs polls/quiz/ comments via SMS (f2f) validations - interactions with users/experts / groups Web Programming Blended Course Cirip: msLMS
  6. 6. Mobile learning features • Allow students to become familiar (aware) with the MOOC phenomenon and trends: •the most important players/platforms/offers, types of learning, interaction and specific pedagogies •to be able to search and evaluate useful and quality MOOCs; • To enlarge knowledge/topics of the course, to obtain an auxiliary support for students’ group project development; • Allow students to have concrete views, opinions and proposals on MOOCs and to critically evaluate their usefulness for personal development and for different ways of integration in formal higher education courses. Aims of integrating MOOCs
  7. 7. Steps for MOOCs Integration • 1.MOOCs discovery and selection - #mooc: •openeducationeuropa.eu •mooc-list.com •futurelearn.com •class-central.com • 2.Participation in MOOCs –requirement: at least 10% of the activities • 3.MOOCs participation evaluation: survey with 55 responders/70 students
  8. 8. MOOCs Participation Evaluation • knew about MOOCs before the course (49%) • followed MOOCs before the course (29%) • will follow MOOCs after the course (100%) • activities completed in MOOCs (66%: > 50%, 24%: 100%) Followed MOOCs: Coursera (44%), Udemy (23%), Udacity, edX, Khan Academy, Codecade my, FutureLearn, bu t also European MOOCs found on Open Education Europa In the same time MOOCs for other disciplines
  9. 9. A Model for MOOCs Integration
  10. 10. Thank you! Carmen Holotescu Twitter, Cirip: @cami13 Gabriela Grosseck Twitter: @ggrosseck, Cirip: @gabriela
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