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  • 1. MOOC MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  • 2. MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  • 3. WHAT IS MOOC ◦ Is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web ◦ Are online courses that institutions are offering free of charge ◦ Is a way of delivering learning content online to any person who wants to take a course, with no limit on attendance and can enrol anytime and any day ◦ Are courses that help you to explore your mind and learn more about things that you are interested in but you cannot pursue
  • 4. ABOUT MOOC • The first mooc was offered by HASTAC in 2006-2007 and they called it Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” but they were not recognized • The term MOOC was coined in 2008 by Dave Cormier of the University of Prince Edward Island and Senior Research Fellow Bryan Alexander of the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education • Selastian Trun and Peter Norving developed mooc in 2011 which was considered as the first mooc to be known • The first one was launched in 2008. It was called ‘Connectivism and Connective Knowledge/2008’ (CCK8), created by educators Stephen Downes and George Siemens. • Mooc is said to be like a long distance learning since the 1990s • This means that mooc has actually existed but its was not massive and not done online
  • 5. Types of MOOCs ◦ all MOOCs are not created equal’ and there’s lots of species of MOOC. The following are the types of MOOC that exist but one must know that there are two main MOOCs thus connectivist MOOC or cMOOC and xMOOC ◦ connectivistMOOCS • xMOOCs ◦ transferMOOCs ◦ madeMOOCs ◦ synchMOOCs ◦ asynchMOOCs ◦ adaptiveMOOCs ◦ groupMOOCs ◦ miniMOOCSs
  • 6. CONNECTIVIST MOOCs ◦ It is non profit organization ◦ It promote learning academically ◦ It can be done individually ◦ The connections across a network rather than pre-defined content ◦ cMOOC you make videos ◦ Take place in an informal learning ◦ Consist of many social media ◦ It’s a network building and promote collaboration ◦ It promote peer interaction and group conversations ◦ It ask learners to collect content by selecting what is compelling to them
  • 7. xMOOCs ◦ The origin of the ‘x’ is the use of ‘x’ in things like ‘TEDx’ or ‘MITx’ to indicate programs that aren’t part of the core offering
  • 8. xMOOCS
  • 9. TRANSFER MOOCS ◦ Take existing courses and decant them into a MOOC platform, on the pedagogic assumption that they are teacher-led. ◦ These courses deliver content primarily through “talking heads” videos and assigned readings and they assess learning outcomes using online quizzes and tests. It work best for training for which the main goal is knowledge transfer, such as employee orientation and business training
  • 10. MADE MOOCs ◦ Make use of video, avoiding talking heads . They also tend to have more of a formal, quality driven approach to the creation of material and more challenging assignments, problem solving and various levels software-driven interactive experiences. ◦ Their videos often feature whiteboard problem-solving sequences rather than talking heads. These courses have an interactive approach that goes beyond just knowledge transfer: students interact with the software by solving problems and receiving instant feedback.
  • 11. SYNCHRONOUS MOOCs and ASYNCHRONOUS MOOCs SYNCHRONOUS MOOCs • Have a fixed start date, tend to have fixed deadlines for assignments and assessments and a clear end date ◦ Everyone follows the same class schedule and may even be required to log in at the same time ◦ This helps motivation and aligns teachers and students ASYNCHRONOUS MOOCs ◦ Are entirely self-paced. This is for people who are busy and don’t have time to finish the course at the same time ◦ That means they can be taken at anytime ◦ It is said to be a way to reduce drop out rate due to missed assignment
  • 12. http://moocnewsandreviews.com/a-short-history-of-moocs-and-distance- learning/ http://www.educause.edu/library/massive-open-online-course-mooc http://www.jisc.ac.uk/inform/inform36/MakingSenseOfMOOCs.html#.U wYCg2I72Hg http://ticeduforum.akendewa.net/actualites/donald-clark-taxonomy-of-8- types-of-mooc/

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