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  • Not a replacement for college or university education, not typically tuition-based, not typically for credit
  • Common theme, research and experimentation, that’s it until we know a lot more about it
  • Institutional and personal values about open education Opportunity to engage with non-traditional learners about your expertise, opportunity for you to learn more Access for more learners Exposure of your institutional product to an engaged community of practice
  • Discipline expertise, team approach, buy-in from your stakeholders, research skills, instructional design, online instruction expertise, knowledge of adult pedagogy, time and money.

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  • Massive, Open, Online Courses (MOOCs) Jenni Hayman, Executive Director Wide World Ed
  • For the 119th time, what is it? Source: ©2013 Mathieu Plourde
  • What it is not…
  • Explorations of MOOC purposes… • Higher education context • Adult education context, literacy, numeracy, job skills • Corporate Training & Development possibilities • K-12 context
  • Open Education Movements • Open Education Resources • MIT Open Courseware • OpenLearn UK • Wikieducator • Open Courseware Consortium • UNESCO
  • Why develop a MOOC?
  • What does it take?
  • What does it look like? • cMOOCs versus xMOOCs • Connection versus self-direction and assessment • Examples… • Coursera, edX, Canvas, Desire2Learn, Moodle, FutureLearn, Open2Study, ChangeMOOC, Complexity
  • MOOC Aggregators • New ways to find MOOCs • Mooc.ca, Class Central, Open Culture, • Online Courses.com
  • What does it all mean? Discussion Contact Info: Jenni Hayman, Executive Director Wide World Ed ~ www.wideworlded.org director@wideworlded.org