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abiertaUGR: a MOOC framework based on online learning communities

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Slides of presentarion of MOOC platform (abiertaUGR) in the framework of a MOOCathon in the Efquel Innovation Forum, Barcelona 2013

Slides of presentarion of MOOC platform (abiertaUGR) in the framework of a MOOCathon in the Efquel Innovation Forum, Barcelona 2013

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  • En este gráfico, cada vez se es más consciente de la importancia de “ocupar” el espacio digital en las universidades ante el peligro que “otro ocupe tu lugar” (instinto de supervivencia). También se comienza a ver “con otros ojos” el aprendizaje informal (ya sea en mundo físico o digital)
  • 1989 Web (Tim-Bersten Lee) 1998 google (Larry Page, Sergei Brin) 2001 Wikipedia, 2001 Jimmy Wales y Larry Sanger 2003 Wordpress 2004 The Personal Learning Environments Session at JISC/CETIS Conference 2004 2005 Meneame – Ricardo Galli 2006 Khan Academy - Salman Khan 2006 Twitter – Jack Dorsey
  • 1969 - Open University (1988) 2001 – CC 2001 – MIT OCW 2012 - MOOC
  • N o podemos simplemente masivizar los modelos ya conocidos …
  • Por los años 90 las universidades comenzaron a adoptar el aprendizaje en internet de forma tímida. Se diferenciaba entre universidades “tradicionales” y “a distancia”. Esta hibridación no es sencilla y requiere de muchas adaptaciones en el profesorado y en la propia organización de la institución que ralentiza su viabilidad en muchos casos. Por otro lado, el coste (de la puesta en marcha) y la obsolecencia tecnológica son los grandes frenos.
  • Sin embargo, estas tendencias vuelven cíclicamente, y siempre son las universidades de más prestigio las que lideran estas apuestas que podrían pensarse arriesgadas y que van contra el propio modelo de negocio
  • A. Camilleri, L. Ferrari, J. Haywood, M.Maina, M. Pérez-Mateo, R. Montes Soldado, C. Nouira, A. Sangrà, A-C Tannhäuser: “ EFQUEL – European Foundation for Quality in e-Learning (BE) Online: http://www.oer-europe.net/open_learning_recognition In OER-Test Project
  • Imágenes: http://desarrolloweb.dlsi.ua.es/cursos/2012/que-son-los-moocs/img/MOOC_web_final_wheel03.png
  • Tendencia hacia la propia construcción de tu conocimiento, que puede ser conectado y compartido digitalmente. Las universidades (el aprednizaje formal) serán agregadores de conocimiento y competencias, una de las múltiples facetas de tu espacio
  • Y en todo ese proceso un factor cada vez más importante es tu identidad digital, tu reputación y actividad. Cabe preguntarse si esta revolución tiene un punto de no retorno o es una moda pasajera. Según como respondas, te ubicarás en el proceso de adaptación al este ecosistema.
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    • 1. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona abiertaUGR: a MOOC framework based on online learning communities Miguel Gea1 , Rosana Montes1 , Roberto Bergaz Hernandez2 mgea@ugr.es, rosana@ugr.es 1 Centro de Enseñanzas Virtuales, http://cevug.ugr.es, Universidad de Granada 2 PhD Máster Gestion de Procesos de Negocios. Universidad de Granada http://www.slideshare.net/mgea/abiertaugr-a-mooc-framework-based-on-online-learning-communities
    • 2. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona UniversidadUniversidad University XUniversity X University XUniversity X Analogic Digital UniversidadUniversidad UniversityUniversity EEES UniversityUniversity Formal Non-formal Learning Communities Learning CommunitiesPracticePractice OEROER Learning Ecosystems
    • 3. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona Non-formal (digital) learning 2000200019901990 20132013 Web PLE
    • 4. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona Formal digital learning MOOC 2000200019901990 2013201320112011 Artificial intelligence (U. Stanford)
    • 5. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona MOOC (the beginnig) Where we learn? How we learn? What we learn? Where we learn? How we learn? What we learn? - Quality of a course (How to measure: Attendees, Fees… ) - Purpose (Replace VS complement formal learning) - Recognition (Who?) Questions not yet solved
    • 6. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona MOOC in Spain
    • 7. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona The past (?) eLearning at Universities PEDAGOGY TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION STRENGHT e-learning is part of the mainstream learning Students – more active as learner, use of ICT Improve access to resources, Better communication, Accessibility Repositories sharing Unit of elearning in universities Support to the teacher WEAKNESS Technology driven rather than pedagogy ? Staff resistance of change Different learning solutions (LMS) Management&changes Plagiarism? Institutional strategies (ICT support, teach vs research) OPORTUNITIES Internacionalisation Need of good practices, and collaborations Scope for innovation (mlearning, social networks, gaming) Flexible programs National/International cooperation e-University THREADS Need of cultural change (digital identity) New skills for learning ICT Obsolescence Fast changes Technology cost Copyrights Funding needs SWOT ANALYSIS
    • 8. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona STRENGTH • 17 of Top30 Universities support MOOC • Global learning strategy • Large Market (in english /spanish) for learning STRENGTH • 17 of Top30 Universities support MOOC • Global learning strategy • Large Market (in english /spanish) for learning WEAKNESS • Sustainable model of learning? • Low Completion rate (<15%) • Relationship with traditional learning • Certification & QA? (University VS external companies) • Funding WEAKNESS • Sustainable model of learning? • Low Completion rate (<15%) • Relationship with traditional learning • Certification & QA? (University VS external companies) • Funding THREADS • Competitors with other non-formal learning proposal (KhanAcademy, wikipedia, youtube edu) • University may loose visibility on Internet as a learning academy THREADS • Competitors with other non-formal learning proposal (KhanAcademy, wikipedia, youtube edu) • University may loose visibility on Internet as a learning academy OPPORTUNITIES • Lifelong learning (extended online elearning communities) • Branding (at Internet) OPPORTUNITIES • Lifelong learning (extended online elearning communities) • Branding (at Internet) The future (?) MOOC at Universities
    • 9. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona MOOC at UGR 3 MOOC during 2012/13 Digital identities Ubiquity learning Creative Commons and OER + 3.000 users Own Platform
    • 10. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona MOOC strategy at UGR 1 Increase experience with MOOC - Course planning - OER developmente - Interviews - Discussion, - Dinamisation - Working groups - PLE and PLN - Own experiences (blogs) - Link to social networks (#abiertaUGR)
    • 11. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona 2 Integration into University - General Skills (i.e. digital competences) - Support to regular (F2F) degrees (introduction courses) - Develop an open learning community (online community = abiertaUGR ) MOOC strategy at UGR
    • 12. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR 3 Model based on online learning communities
    • 13. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona - Focused on their PLE http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR 3 Model based on online learning communities
    • 14. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona – Share experiences and contents - Reflection - Production http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR 3 Learning Model towards:
    • 15. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR
    • 16. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR Spain 77,1% LatinAmerica 16,9% Others, 5,9%
    • 17. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona http://abierta.ugr.es abiertaUGR Figures: Digital Identities Students enrolled: 1.805 Passed: 620 (34,4%) Best active students 162 ( 8,9%)
    • 18. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona Conclusions MOOC = New model of learning • Point of no return… but in evolution • Quality • Future University (hybrid F2F-online) • Success of OER, CC and Open Knowledge • Focusing on users/learners/society
    • 19. EFQUEL INNOVATION FORUM 2013 26th September 2013, Barcelona @usalab mgea@ugr.es Gracias!

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