EDEN 2015 - EMMA workshop "An introduction to MOOC design"
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At EDEN 2015 a workshop was given about MOOC design in its basic principles. This was given by a team formed within the project EMMA. To know more about EMMA and MOOC design, visit http://project.europeanmoocs.eu/project/get-involved/
• Deborah Arnold, University of Burgundy, France
• Sally Reynolds, ATiT, Belgium
• Maka Eradze, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
• Jessica Chao, UOC, Spain
4. HOW TO DESIGN A MOOC IN 9 EASY STAGES (G. SIEMENS)
• “visibility”, “reputation”
• Student recruitment
• Pedagogical innovation
• Open Education policy
• Faculty initiative
• General public
Purpose (topic / audience)
6. Purpose (EMMA examples)
• Digital Culture and Writing, University of Burgundy
– For students at risk
• Cultural heritage, Social Innovation
and New Citizenship, University of Naples Federico II
– Marketing, reputation
• Computer-assisted enquiry, Tallinn University
– Filling gaps in the national curriculum
8. Learner activities
•Within the platform?
•In wider social media?
Share information and comment
•Where to publish?
9. Learner activities (EMMA examples)
• Open Wine University #OWU
University of Burgundy
• Draw taste map of tongue
• Make soil sausages
• Meet-ups for wine-tasting
• Sharing on social media
and EMMA blogs
10. Existing content
• Choice of Media
• Production values
• Production capacity
• Video Transcriptions
• Text Content
• Activities (quizzes etc.)
11. Promote and share
14. Design a MOOC!
1. What is the purpose of the MOOC?
2. Who is the target audience?
3. What kind of MOOC are you planning to produce?
4. How long will the MOOC be?
5. What language(s) will it be in?
6. What type of content do you need to produce?
7. What type of content do you already have?
8. What human / technical resources do you have / need?
9. What interactions will there be?