Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
   Began in July 2012 when Google offered the    course Power Searching with Google       155,000 registered students at...
   Open source code base used with Google’s    App Engine   Instructional Designers use Course Builder to    create onli...
   Ability to create course material   Familiarity with:       HTML       JavaScript         arrays         simple o...
   Python       free open source programming        language   App Engine       platform for developing and hosting we...
   Create course material online   Track student engagement     web traffic     surveys Evaluate student performance...
   All work, thoughts and instructions are shared and    critiqued by all participants   Students can choose from a vari...
   Students may have difficulty self regulating    learning   Lack of in person socialization   Very little interaction...
Course builder is presently used by     Indiana University     UC San DiegoThe following universities use MOOCS     Sta...
   Course Builder is still in beta   Every course designed is an app   To use course builder, you must have some    tec...
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Google course builder

  1. 1. Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
  2. 2.  Began in July 2012 when Google offered the course Power Searching with Google  155,000 registered students attended  Over 20,000 finished the course Afterwards Google allowed open access to the technology Course builder technology allows education on a global level
  3. 3.  Open source code base used with Google’s App Engine Instructional Designers use Course Builder to create online learning platforms Free open source project Can be used for high schools, universities, or a short how-to courses.
  4. 4.  Ability to create course material Familiarity with:  HTML  JavaScript  arrays  simple objects  regular expressions  App Engine
  5. 5.  Python  free open source programming language App Engine  platform for developing and hosting web applications Course Builder sample application
  6. 6.  Create course material online Track student engagement  web traffic  surveys Evaluate student performance Live teaching option with Google+ hangouts
  7. 7.  All work, thoughts and instructions are shared and critiqued by all participants Students can choose from a variety of assignments MOOCs are typically free for all Universities can implements MOOCs for low cost People who participate in MOOCs do not have to be enrolled at the college Flexibility – students can attend whenever they have time.
  8. 8.  Students may have difficulty self regulating learning Lack of in person socialization Very little interaction with course instructor  (unless student is actually enrolled at the school)
  9. 9. Course builder is presently used by  Indiana University  UC San DiegoThe following universities use MOOCS  Stanford University  Harvard University  University of Michigan
  10. 10.  Course Builder is still in beta Every course designed is an app To use course builder, you must have some technical skills
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