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Creating communities in MOOCs “Safe bubbles in a sea of openness”

  1. 1. This project was financed with the support of the European Commission. This publication is the sole responsibility of the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. Safe bubbles in a sea of openness Alastair Creelman @alacre Linnaeus University, Sweden
  2. 2. CC BY-NC-ND Some rights reserved by inheritancemag Is open always best?
  3. 3. Too much open? CC BY Some rights reserved by Alessandro Vasaturo
  4. 4. Open = confusing, lack of control CC BY-NC-ND Some rights reserved by insk0r
  5. 5. Safe bubbles in a sea of openness CC BY-NC-SA Some rights reserved by Jez Page
  6. 6. Online communities CC BY Some rights reserved by wildxplorer Empathy Security Peer support Privacy
  7. 7. MOOC ecosystems Special interest groupsEnglish language support Translation Local study groups For-credit spin-offs CC BY-NC Some rights reserved by Nick Hobgood Study skills Webinars
  8. 8. CC BY Some rights reserved by Official U.S. Navy Imagery MOOC scaffolding
  9. 9. Opening up MOOCs • Open course platforms to enable regional adaptations • Tools to allow smaller languages to exploit MOOC movement • Commonwealth of learning MOOC4D CC BY-NC-ND Some rights reserved by ReSurge International
  10. 10. Questions/ideas/examples? CC BY Some rights reserved by mripp
  11. 11. Group discussion How can closed/restricted learning spaces complement openness? How can MOOC providers facilitate 3rd party support services? Examples?

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