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Presentatie voor Fontys Open Onderwijs bijeenkomst op 30 januari 2014

Presentatie voor Fontys Open Onderwijs bijeenkomst op 30 januari 2014

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  • ‘No-Shows’: appear to be the largest group of those registering for an open-enrollment MOOC, where people register but never login to the course while it is active.‘Completing’: learners who completed the majority of the assessments offered in the class. Though these participants varied in how well they performed on the assessment, they all at least attempted the assignments. This engagement pattern is most similar to a student in a traditional class. ‘Passive’ participants are students who might watch videos, take quizzes, read discuss forums, but generally do not engage with the assignments and post in discussion forums. ‘Active’ participants are the students who participate in the majority of assignments and post in discussion forums.‘Auditing’: learners who did assessments infrequently if at all and engaged instead by watching video lectures. Students in this cluster followed the course for the majority of its duration. No students in this cluster obtained course credit.‘Disengaging’: learners who did assessments at the beginning of the course but then have a marked decrease in engagement (their engagement patterns look like Completing at the beginning of the course but then the student either disappears from the course entirely or sparsely watches video lectures). The moments at which the learners disengage differ, but it is generally in the first third of the class. A subcategory includes ‘Drop Outs’ who cease all course activity.‘Sampling’: learners who watched video lectures for only one or two assessment periods (generally learners in this category watch just a single video). Though many learners “sample” at the beginning of the course, there are many others that briefly explore the material when the class is already fully under way.
  • Purpose is to open acces to education, so learners get more opportunities to tackle a wide variety of problems. Learners is a broad term: worldwide, all ages, outside our university but on our campus as well!!!Our students benefit from open education: better preperation, study choice, more and better resources, higher quality of education and course materials, etc
  • OpenCourseWare: Course Materials available for use and re-use, for free, worldwide (700 visitors a day). No certificates, but pilot with Study Badges (informal certificates of Study Skills)Goal: Enlarge Access to Educational Materials, empower institution’s reputationexample: publishing OCW led to Cooperation with ITB Bandung and Mozambique institutionsOnline Distance Education: Pilot starts september 2013, Students need to enroll but are not physically in Delft (everything happens online). Small numbers of enrolled studentsd (20?)Goal: provide a Masters degree via Online Education to those who want but are unable to come to Delft, enlarge audienceMOOCs: Online, MassiveGoal: strenghten reputation, enlarge access to Higher Education
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    • 1. Delft Extension School for Open and Online Education ir. W.F. van Valkenburg Except when otherwise noted, this work is licensed CC-BY 3.0 Please attribute TU Delft / Willem van Valkenburg Open Education |
    • 2. Willem van Valkenburg Production & Delivery Manager Delft Extension School Board member OpenCourseWare Consortium Project Manager OpenCourseWare Europe Open Education |
    • 3. 1. “The number of higher education students in the world is expected to quadruple, from around 100 million in 2000 to 400 million in 2030” Foto: Ulrike Reinhard Learning Stations in Khajuraho, Rural India Open Education |
    • 4. To accommodate them we need to build 9.615 universities in 30 years That is 3 universities For 30.000 students per week Open Education |
    • 5. 2. Image CC BY Phillie Casablanca “Students expect to choose what they learn, how they learn and when they learn” Open Education |
    • 6. Yet, this is how we teach Image: CC BY Martijn Ouwehand Open Education |
    • 7. CC BY Tinou Bao Open Education |
    • 8. CC-BY Alan Levine: Open Education |
    • 9. • Free to Reuse • Free to Revise • Free to Remix • Free to Redistribute David Wiley 4Rs framework: Open By Sunshine Connelly. Original Image CC Education | image CC By RecycleThis
    • 10. What does a MOOC look like? Open Education |
    • 11. Basic ingredients of a MOOC Learning Unit 1 Learning Unit 2 Learning Unit 3 Learning Unit 4 Learning Unit 5 Learning Unit 6 Up to 10 weeks MOOC is divided into weeks. From 3 to 10 weeks Learning Unit Learning Block 1 video 4 to 12 hours study time Clear learning goals, end-of unit assessment Learning Block 2 Learning Block 3 quiz Open Education | text Each with a couple of selfcontained learning blocks quiz discuss
    • 12. Student Patterns MOOCs Open Education |
    • 13. Examples atch?v=d4XO2_u7YYk ?v=1gMe5IsoHZg ?v=jh58Em8WmJI ?v=0ETjMcGeD3U Open Education |
    • 14. European MOOCs CC-BY OpenEducation Europe: Open Education |
    • 15. TU Delft Open and Online Open Education |
    • 16. Education • OpenCourseWare • DelftX • iTunesU Research • Open Data • Open Access • Open Journals Open Education | ICT • Open Source Software • Open API
    • 17. TU >…> Online Distance Education Online Closed (paid) Open (Free) Campus Open Education |
    • 18. Open & Online portfolio • 2 MOOCs (> 80.000 enrollments) • ≈ 5.000 Certificates of Completion • No Credits Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Course Ware (OCW) Campus Education • 19.000 on-campus students • Bachelor – Master – Phd • 1 blended Bachelors Open Education | Online Distance Education (ODE) • • • • • More than 125 courses online & 10.000 weblectures recorded • Unique visitors > 800 /day • No interaction with faculty • No accredited certificate 1 full online master (25 courses) 2 modules, 1 minor, 1 master (6 courses) 50 students (30 on-campus) Full Master Degree / Accredited Course Certificate
    • 19. OpenCourseWare Open Education |
    • 20. OpenCourseWare •Started in 2007 •More than 125 courses online •Daily visits > 800 •Courses from Bachelor and Master •In Dutch and English Open Education |
    • 21. Use and Re-use of OCW •Choice of Study •Stumble Courses •Prepare International Students •Use in Developing Countries •Source of Reference •Extracurricular education Images CC-BY-NC-SA: Open Education |
    • 22. DelftX MOOCs Open Education |
    • 23. Why EdX? •Consortium of top universities •Focus on improving campus education •It is not-for-profit •It has a focus on Open •Focus on research of innovation in education Open Education |
    • 24. What kind of MOOCs do we want? Open Education |
    • 25. March/April ‘14 September ‘13 DelftX Courses Water Treatment Solar Energy Next Generation Infrastructures Aeronautical Engineering Open Education | Credit Risk Management
    • 26. Teaser Aeronautical Engineering Source: Image video still from above video CC-BY DelftX Open Education |
    • 27. Background of students Open Education |
    • 28. Overall results Water Treatment Solar Energy # Enrollments 29.179 56.809 # students accessed the course 23.617 47.183 # tried at least 1 HW 5.917 (25%) 9.580 (20%) 534 (2,3%) 2.912 (6,2%) 2 162 # Certificates # perfect score Open Education |
    • 29. Assessment attempts Water (%) is the pass rate Open Education | Solar
    • 30. Video Usage Download Server • 1 mln file downloads • 146,7 TB data traffic Solar # videos # views # minutes watched Av. video length watched Open Education | Water 60 111 168.591 36.505 1.195.418 203.704 7 min 5,5 min
    • 31. Research information: Where is your water from? Open Education |
    • 32. User-generated content: show your own PV System Open Education |
    • 33. What is next? Open Education |
    • 34. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 35. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 36. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 37. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 38. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 39. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 40. CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee Open Education |
    • 41. Challenges •Increasing global competition & dominance of USA based universities •Accelerating pace of innovation (both technical & online didactics) •Finding a sustainable business model & potential future price pressure Open Education |
    • 42. Open Education |