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The messy realities of learning and participation in open courses and MOOCs

by Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair at Royal Roads University on Oct 25, 2013

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Presentation at Canada's Collaboration for Online Higher Education and Research Conference (COHERE), Vancouver, BC. In this presentation, I describe the messy realities of learning and participation ...

Presentation at Canada's Collaboration for Online Higher Education and Research Conference (COHERE), Vancouver, BC. In this presentation, I describe the messy realities of learning and participation in open online courses. I discuss the MOOC phenomenon as a symptom of chronic failures in the higher education system and discuss what we can learn about learning experiences by studying learning "on the ground."

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  • veletsianos George Veletsianos, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair at Royal Roads University Καλησπέρα Χρύση!
    Thanks for reaching out. I'm glad to know that parts of this were helpful to you. Please keep in touch and feel free to share your work and findings with me!

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  • chrissi Chrissi Nerantzi, Academic Developer at HEI in the UK Dear George, this presentation made me think and reflect on the work I am doing at the moment. I am a PhD student in open educational practice in the context of academic development. I use phenomenography and study the variation of the learners' experience. Hopefully my findings will be valuable for others. I am following your work with great interest.

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