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Quality frameworks for MOOCs: The student's perspective on MOOC quality

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The student's perspective on MOOC quality by Gohar Hovhannisyan, ESU, 18 September 2018

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Quality frameworks for MOOCs: The student's perspective on MOOC quality

  1. 1. The student’s perspective on MOOC quality Gohar Hovhannisyan, Executive Committee member European Students’ Union For the Webinar week: Quality in Higher Education by EADTU. 18/09/18 ➢ Go to www.menti.com ➢ Use the code 13 71 50
  2. 2. Purpose of using MOOCs ➢Better responding the needs of learners ➢Opening access for wider groups ➢Enhancing innovative learning ➢Diversity of learning methods Not purpose of using MOOCs ➢Replacing availability of traditional learning ➢Cost cutting ➢ Go to www.menti.com ➢ Use the code 13 71 50
  3. 3. Rules for MOOC QA seem more lax: ➢MOOCs are usually seen as a supplementary part ➢MOOCs are a relatively new form of study ➢Some well-known MOOC platforms (private business enterprises) do not see their role in the QA procedures ➢ Go to www.menti.com ➢ Use the code 13 71 50
  4. 4. Results from menti.com
  5. 5. Phases for student engagement: ➢Instructional designing of MOOCs, ➢Testing the MOOCs, ➢Distribution of the MOOCs among learners, ➢Completion of the MOOC by learner.
  6. 6. ESU has received financial support from the European Commission through Erasmus+ Programme: KA3, Support for Policy Reform- Civil society cooperation in the field of education and training. The European Students’ Union Rue de l’Industrie 10 · 1000 Brussels, Belgium · Tel: +32 2 893 25 45 · www.esu-online.org FOLLOW US ON @Europeanstudents @ESUtwt ESU Brussels esutwt
  7. 7. THANK YOU!

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