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  • Siemens, “the content is the catalyst to interact, catalyst for connections.”“Long trailing social interactions...”Big head and long tail of higher ed is this widening the head?“A networked course doesn’t have a center. Distributed social network.”“Moodle is too centralized….Currently using Grasshopper, rss aggregation tools, bookmarks, blog posts, daily newsletter that is archived.”
  • Supplemental only…?Basic education in Africa, basic food standards and safety.
  • Need to find this data source or something similar…..Registration via Coursera over 100,000 register43,000 attend23,000 complete11,000 qualified for certification

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  • Karen Vignare, Director, MSUglobalMichigan State UniversityOpen Education: When is aMOOC Open?battleship. Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain)
  • What is a MOOC? Massively Open Online Course David Cormier,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eW3gMGqcZQc George Siemens- “the elements are theinternet”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMfipxhT_Co Sir John Daniel’s paper, “Making Sense ofMOOCs: Musings in a Maze of Myth,Paradox and Possibility”cMOOC and xMOOC
  • The New MOOCsThe new cohort of MOOCs are distinct from theoriginal MOOCs in that they are “open,” thus far,in only one respect: they are open enrollment.The new MOOCs have not yet openly licensedtheir courses. As MOOCs continue to developcourse content and experiment with variousbusiness models, we think it’s crucial that theyconsider adopting open licenses as a default ontheir digital education offerings. In general, thevalue proposition can be enhanced for the newMOOCs and their users if the MOOCs openlylicense their courses.http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/34852
  • Do these new types of open coursesrepresent the latest in online learningor a new way of marketing?
  • The Truly Open Design cMOOC Transfer of information Networking Connectivism in practice Marketing people, institutions,networks
  • The For-Profit Design xMOOC Transfer of information Reliance on multiple choice Low or no-cost Monetizing the courses
  • Learning DesignOpen & Negotiated Learning :Changing the expert to noviceparadigmConstructivistPart of Lifelong LearningOpen Educational Resourceshttp://michaelseangallagher.org/2012/05/02/mooc-learning-design-what-does-participatory-design-look-like-in-open-learning/
  • Open Negotiated AndParticipatory
  • More Learning Design Networked Open to all experts andcollaborators Open educator invites others toparticipate, comment, and lead Students are presented with moreexperts Students network with peers
  • Can education serve multipledemographics with one opencourse? Who? What? Why?
  • Student ParticipationRegister and attend at student’sconvenienceCertificate (Non-credit)CreditThese affect whether course is freeIncentives for Students
  • Challenges of Open Ed knowledge should be free and open for use andre-use; collaboration should be easier, not harder; people should get credit and kudos forcontributing to research and education; concepts and ideas are linked in unusual andsurprising ways and not the simple linear formsthat textbooks present.------------------------------cMOOCs Bottom-line what do people learn, how is itacknowledged?Source Utpal M. Dholakia, W. Joseph King, and Richard Baraniuk, What
  •  Instructor time for development Making content open Too much information to convey in webcasts Need more interaction in webcasts Tracking of webcast participation Development of credit option Need better discussion forum tool Better communication/email tool
  • What are the costs and benefits ofsuch a course? What value does massive bring? What costs or risks?
  • Faculty participation-benefit Open Educator Able to network with others Star Power Massive number of students attend
  • Why would you offer an OpenCourse?
  • UIS Answer The doing The learning The experience The edge
  • MSU Answer MSUglobal tagline: Revenue, Research & Reputation Revenue Research Reputation
  • Questions?? Karen Vignare vignare@msu.edu 585.419-6852
  • Resources Educause 7 Things You Should Know AboutMOOCs Sonic Foundry Practical Response Massive OpenOnline Courseshttp://www.sonicfoundry.com/webcast/practical-response-massive-open-online-courses-moocs?fullscreen=1 iBerry Mooc Resource Page Confessions of a Community College DeanMOOCs from here by Dean Dad Curt Bonk on EDUMOOC
  • Resources continued George Siemens , TEDxNYED, 3/6/2010http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BH-uLO6ovI&feature=related