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Sloan-C Conference Presentation 11 October 2012

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  • MOOC as Connectivist Environment Betty Hurley-Dasgupta Carol Yeager Catherine A. Bliss (U. of Vermont)
  • Presenters Catherine A. BlissBetty Hurley-Dasgupta and Carol Yeager
  • Reference Pagehttp://tinyurl.com/moocit
  • What is a MOOC ?(massive open online course)
  • Our first MOOC Fall 2011( http://cdlprojects.com/ )
  • gRSShopper open source by Stephen Downes(grsshopper.downes.ca/about.htm )
  • Visualization by participant of how cMOOC works
  • http://youtu.be/K_dIXNGVZnk.
  • Types of Posts: Facebook, Twitter, Blogs
  • CMC11 participant closing comments
  • (http://math.cdlprojects.com/ )
  • Join us with our upcoming math MOOC
  • Questions• What challenges do MOOCs present for assessing learning gained through engaging with the MOOC, including other MOOC participants?• Is the MOOC an accessible learning environment for all learners?• What are essential elements of a MOOC? Is size (over 100) sufficient for it to be a MOOC?• Is a MOOC really a course?
  • Some References• Research article on MOOCs:• http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/104 1/2025• Dave Cormier on MOOCs:• http://davecormier.com/edblog/2012/07/31/20- questions-and-answers-about-moocs/• George Siemens on MOOCs (video):• http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/george-siemens-on- massive-open-online-courses/2011/05/14• Stephen Downes on MOOCs (video):• http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/xmooc-the-massive- open-online-course-in-theory-and-in-practice