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  1. 1. TABLE OF CONTENT What is MOOCs?.................................................................................................2 What are the advantages od MOOCs?................................................................3 What are the disadvantages of MOOCs?.............................................................4 What are the role players?...................................................................................5 What is the propose of MOOCs?.........................................................................6 How is quality defined in MOOCs?......................................................................7 More information about MOOCs…………………………………………......………8 Continues..………………………………………………………………………..…….9 You can also have a cup of coffee while learning………………………………….10 You can study anywhere through MOOCs…………………………………………..11 Field of interest…………………………………………………………………………12
  2. 2. WHAT IS MOOCs? MOOCs stand for Massive Open Online Courses. A massive open online course is an online course aimed at unlimited participation. MOOCs are classes that are taught online to large numbers of students, with minimal involvement by professors. Typically, students watch short video lectures and complete assignments that are graded either by other students. That way a lone professor can support a class with a lots of participants.
  3. 3. WHAT ARE ADVANTAGES OF MOOCs?  Low costs.  Accessibility.  It allows an emancipation to the students.  Teaching and learning can occur at anywhere where there is an internet.  It offers an equal rights to education 
  4. 4. WHAT ARE DISADVANTAGES OF MOOCs?  The instructors and professors deal with a huge audience, as a result, they are unable to give active feedbacks for assignments and tests to the students.  There is no interaction taking place on MOOCs. Hence there is no active feedback that can be done.  Only students with a lot perseverance and self-discipline can manage to finish up these courses. Students who are unable to manage their time often drop out of these courses. .Due to the above reasons the dropout rates of MOOCs is very high. As per a research, on an average only 7.7% of the learners
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THE MAJOR PLAYERS? . Several start-up companies are working with universities and professors to offer MOOCs. Meanwhile, some colleges are starting their own endeavour, and some individual professors are offering their courses to the world, they use their own resources and facilities to do so.
  6. 6. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OS MOOCs?  MOOC enthusiasts, visualizing how these large, online courses will increase access to higher education, reduce costs, and strengthen teaching and learning. In the other corner: MOOC critics, anticipating how MOOCs will eliminate meaningful interaction between faculty and students, reduce the quality or standard of learning, and destroy the professorship.
  7. 7. How is quality defined in MOOCs?  Quality is defined quite differently when it is viewed under the network model, with openness, autonomy, diversity and interactivity being the hallmarks of sustainable networked learning based MOOCs. Recent researches have underscored the tensions that are inherited when social networks are combined into a formal education system, as the concept of quality would be dependent on the degree of openness and autonomy one would perceive.
  8. 8. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MOOCs  MOOCs requires a lot of time, student should not relax when they are enrolling their courses online.  Those students also need to study by their own in a form of groups in order to grasps various information from the fellow students. And it is advisable that student should visit the library for more information about their course.
  9. 9. Continues… MOOCs has been established to accommodate every person who is interested in furthering his her education, irrespective of age. MOOCs also allows fulltime students to enroll for another degree at the same time, meaning it demands time endeavor, capability and the diligence of the student.
  10. 10. YOU CAN ALSO HAVE A CUP OF COFFEE WHILE LEARNING. Studying and having a cup of coffee to relax up you mind.
  11. 11. WHAT MOST FASCINATING ABOUT MOOCs IS THAT PEOPLE LEARN WHEREEVERE THEY ARE, AS LONG THEY FEEL COMFARTABLE. Studying at the park, ideas are flowing.
  12. 12. FIELD OF INTEREST MOOCs can be used to enhance the skills of each individual learner technologically, in our days technology is improving year by year and when I’ll be teaching my learners I will use tools like projectors in order to modernize my teaching.

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