Session 1: "Tour d'Europe" (European MOOC Summit, EPFL, June 2013)


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European MOOC Summit
MOOCs European Stakeholders Meeting
EPFL, Lausanne, June 6th – 7th 2013

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Session 1: "Tour d'Europe" (European MOOC Summit, EPFL, June 2013)

  1. 1. Quick report 13 countriesMissing data ?Send me 1 slide
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  3. 3. Open UniversiteitTechnische UniversiteitEindhoven/ EuroTechTU/e is currentlyinvestigating whichplatform to use.
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  5. 5. MOOCs at Leiden UniversityPer June 2013• Introduction to EU Law (go live on Monday )Per September 2013• Terrorism and Counterterrorism: comparing theory andpracticeAcademic year 2013/2014• 6 MOOCs onlineLeiden University offers its MOOCs on the Coursera Platform
  6. 6. MOOCs in DelftXPer September 2013• Solar Energy• Introduction to Waste Water TreatmentPer February 2014• Aerospace Engineering• Fourth MOOC to be chosen through a tenderDelft University of Technology offers its MOOCs in theedX-platform under DelftX
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  8. 8. Università degli Studi di NapoliFederico II:Own platformUniversità degli Studi di PadovaContact with Coursera andwith http://www.openuped.euUniversità degli Studi di Parma:CourseraUniversità degli Studi di Roma"Sapienza“:CourseraUniversità degli Studi di Venezia"Cà Foscari“:
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  10. 10. Bocconi University (Milan) and MOOCs
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  15. 15. Initiatives in Spain• Universia+TLS+16u• UNED+CSEV• UA+…• UPV• UC3M• UAB+IE• UGrEPFL, 2013-06-06--07 C. Delgado Kloos, UC3M 16
  16. 16. Initiatives in SpainC. Delgado Kloos, UC3M
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  18. 18. Denmark19 MOOCs European Stakeholders Summit, June 2013
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  21. 21. •incorporates elements from existing MOOCs butadds new features which derive from its experience with onlinelearning, as well as the work done in OER. This innovative approachto learning although disruptive in its format, is coherent with theinstitution’s pedagogic principles and practice.• UAb is offering a course on Climate Change based on OERproduced by the LECH-e EU-funded project. The IP Santarém hasdelivered a course on school bullying.•
  22. 22. ••Cyber security/Privacy and Big DataAnalytics/Knowledge Discovery••
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  24. 24. University of Edinburgh,Coursera member since June12, 6 MOOCs delivered Feb13, ~12 more in developmentData analysis report at: – interest emergingin MOOCs and OER. Eventplanned by interested parties2013.Sheffield–University 5 Healthsciences courses.; OnBlackBoard CourseSites,announced 2013FutureLearn is a startupcompany owned by the UKOU; a partnership of 21leading UK universities andseveral prestigious partnersfrom the UK cultural sector,offering free open onlinecourses starting late 2013.Wales – interest emerging inMOOCs and OER. Ministerialworking group established2012.Oxford Brookes – First Steps InLearning and Teaching (ran2012 and 2013). JiscsupportedCoventry Open Media Courses– Four online coursesdelivered and in delivery overthe previous two years. JISCsupported.OLDSMOOC – learning designmooc based at the OpenUniversity. Ran 2012. Jiscsupported. OER MOOC –about OERs Design - ran April2013. OU supported.University of LondonInternational Programmes,Coursera member since July12, 5 MOOCs to be deliveredJune 13, 1 in developmentAssociation of LearningTechnologists – OCTEL MOOCcommenced 2013. OxfordEdge Hill University, “VampireFictions”, On BlackBoardCourseSites, announced 2013
  25. 25. UK Higher Education Initiatives Relating to Open Education & TechnologyAssociation for Learning Technology (ALT)Universities UK – conference and position paper on MOOCs -, Scottish & Welsh Governments all have informal working groups on online learningSeveral conferences with MOOCs/open learning/online learning as subject – Quality AssuranceAgency, Guardian HE Conference, British Council, UKK Online Education conferenceUKOER - "The Jisc/Academy UKOER programme has developed and supported a large and sustainingcommunity of interest around open education in the UK. Alongside a wide range of high qualityresources (available from Jorum and elsewhere), the programme has developed advice and guidancein the form of an InfoKit, specific support around IPR and technical issues, and a detailed evaluation“.CETIS has published a MOOC report - "The open education community in the UK runs a series of "OER" conferences. These are self-supporting and again demonstrate the strength of the community".OLTF - "In 2010, the UK Government and Funding Councils commissioned a report into opportunitiesfor the expansion of the UK online learning offer. Though a change of government meant most of theplanned funded work was not taken forward, the supporting documents to the review - in particularan Oxford/Jisc led report into the current UK online learning offer - provide a valuable background"
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  27. 27. LaunchedMoocs[10]05/13
  28. 28. [19]10/13SoonAnnouncedMoocs(in the pipe)
  29. 29. « work in progress » Moocs[26- ??]2014« work inprogress »Moocs
  30. 30. • National Institutions– CNRS, research network and pilot operation (Lyon -> design based research)– INRIA (Platform, Moocs, specific researches)– Ministry (National and European Portal, Digital Universities Moocs, HigherEducation Moocs support, open resources for Moocs)• Institutions of Higher Education– Several pioneers (Brest-Nantes, Lille, Paris,…) with a significant success whilelaunching their Moocs -> sharing their experience and enthusiasm – Most of the institutions of higher education are « thinking » of Moocs, andsome of them are checking the concept– A variety of platforms… (“proprietary”, coursera, canvas, …)– From rather simple xMoocs to sophisticated cMoocs• Corporate– Orange (Platform, co-developped Moocs)– Simple-IT (co-developped Moocs, open resources)– A growing number of consulting firms on the subject
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  32. 32. Facultés universitaires Saint-LouisUniversité catholique de LouvainUniversité libre de BruxellesUniversité de LiègeUniversité de Mons Université de NamurKatholieke Universiteit LeuvenUniversiteit AntwerpenVrije Universiteit BrusselUniversiteit GentUniversiteit HasseltHogeschool-Universiteit Brussel
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  37. 37. FinnishUniversities
  38. 38. OCW - Open CousewareThere is no national level platform for Open courseware. Open/freematerials in are distributed via Universities’ own portals.Only Finnish member in OCW consortion, Helsinki Metropolia Universityof Applied Sciences (
  39. 39. MOOCs – Massive Open Online CoursesNo Finnish Universities part of Coursera, MITx, Udacityor other well known MOOC platforms.Aalto course on WEPS (World Education Portals) MOOCs in University of Helsinki teachers and professors do give open online coursesin different platforms like Wikiversity, Open University
  40. 40. Portals, platforms and initiativesOpen University for open learning material distribution developedin Aalto LeMill from group of Aalto teachers to makeMOOCs possible also in Aalto University
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  43. 43. • Studiumdigitale University of Frankfurt OPCO11• OPCO12, COER13• MOOC-Maker Course #mmc13• MOOC-Fellowship 10 x 25.000 €• Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München• Leuphana Digital School (DANIEL LIBESKIND)• Open HPI• Open Course World (IMC AG)
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