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Roundtable Design webinar week

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[Roundtable panel discussion 2019 april openuped] - Tiberio Feliz Murias

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Roundtable Design webinar week

  1. 1. ROUND TABLE Design webinar week Thursday 18th April 2019 Tiberio Feliz Murias (UNED)
  2. 2. HOW DOES EACH EXAMPLE FROM WEDNESDAY RELATE TO THE QA FRAMEWORK? • International framework • Supranational interests • Participatory for institutions and companies external to the university • External evaluation for funding • Plurality of cultures and legislations • Seeking cohesion and progress
  3. 3. WHAT IS THE ROLE OF EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS IN THE MOOC DESIGN PROCESS? • Experience • Competence • Transfer • Professionalism
  4. 4. WHAT ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GAMIFICATION IN MOOCS? (1) • Macrolevel (stakeholders and international institutions) • Management • Openness • Transfer • Mesolevel (HEI) • Management • Innovation • Transfer • Microlevel (Specific MOOCs)
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GAMIFICATION IN MOOCS? (2) • Microlevel (Specific MOOCs) • Couse design, as a whole • Specific actions in the course • Goals • Contents • Activities • Methodology • Interactions • Assessment • Benefits • Difficulties
  6. 6. WHAT ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GAMIFICATION IN MOOCS? (3) • Microlevel (Specific MOOCs) • Benefits: • Motivation • Engagement • Experience • Permanence • Activity • Satisfaction • Difficulties: • Time-Workload • Frivolity-Academicism
  7. 7. SHOULD WE ALWAYS DESIGN FOR COLLABORATION / SOCIAL LEARNING? [PATRICIA & ANA] • We have to consider different: • Personality traits: sociability • Learning styles: impulsive or reflective • Available time • Type of task
  8. 8. DO WE NEED A TAXONOMY OF TYPES OF MOOCS? • Several problems: • Is there a closed taxonomy? • Could be useful in macro and meso levels (international and HEI) • Microlevel better: • Openness and flexibility at microlevel • Good design framework
  9. 9. See you!

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