Some	  π	  ques*ons	  about	  MOOCs	  1.  What’s new2.  Why have xMOOCs bypassed cMOOCs?3.  The MOOC learning stack4.  Who...
“The Tsunami” (2012)       xMOOCs Massive Open Online Courses (2008)      cMOOCs Technology-enhanced learning (2004)      ...
The best of two worlds ?                                                                                                  ...
How to handle (bitter) veterans ?What after having used all big names ?                           Tools             	  	  ...
Data	  produced	  by	  Heather	  Miller	  &	  Mar4n	  Odersky	  RESCIF                                                    ...
Data	  produced	  by	  Heather	  Miller	  &	  Mar4n	  Odersky	                                                            ...
N=7500	               Who	  takes	  MOOCs	  ?	  
N=7500	                   #1	  mo*va*on	  is	  	               	  personal	  interest	  	  
Produc*on	  pipe	  1.  Recording	  2.  Edi*ng	  3.  Producing	  4.  Publishing	  5.  Serving	  6.  Mining	  
1.	  Recording:	  MOOC	  studio	  1	  hour	  =	  4-­‐10	  hours	  	  •  iMac	  •  Camera	  •  Wacom	  Tablet	  •  Micropho...
2.	  Edi6ng	  1	  hour	  =	  10	  hours	  	  Keep	  it	  simple	  •  Titles	  and	  overlays	  •  Demonstra*ons	  •  Audio...
3.	  Producing	  1	  hours	  =	  2-­‐5	  hours	  	  •  High	  Quality	  Video	  •  Sub*tles	  (amara)	  •  Transla*on	  
4.	  Publishing	  -­‐	  Pla?orms	   1	  hour	  =	  1-­‐2	  hour	   	   •  Open-­‐source	  vs.	  closed-­‐       source	   ...
Different	  types	  of	  MOOCs	  5.	  Serving	                    •  Unique	  Selling	  Point	  1	  hour	  =	  1	  day	  	 ...
6.	  Mining	  1	  course	  =	  250	  MB	  
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  1. 1. Some  π  ques*ons  about  MOOCs  1.  What’s new2.  Why have xMOOCs bypassed cMOOCs?3.  The MOOC learning stack4.  Who are the learners ?5.  Which contents granularity ?6.  The production pipe Patrick Jermann & Pierre Dillenbourg, CRAFT
  2. 2. “The Tsunami” (2012) xMOOCs Massive Open Online Courses (2008) cMOOCs Technology-enhanced learning (2004) Swiss Virtual Campus (2000)Learning Management Systems (1999) Virtual University (1999) Vygotsky Open Learning (1995) e-Learning (1993) Bloom Online Education (1993) Computer-Mediated Learning (1990) Educational telematics (1988) Piaget Computer-Assisted Learning (1985) Computer-Based Learning (1980) Skinner Computer-Assisted Instruction (1960)
  3. 3. The best of two worlds ? h3p://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/Unit_One:_Web_2.0_in_Educa*on   h3p://www.futuregov.asia/photologue/photo/academia/  Skinner Bloom Piaget Vygotsky•  xMOOCs •  cMOOCs –  The best lecturers –  YouTube attention span –  From the best universities –  Free access to contents –  Focused on contents –  Many small revenues –  High workload –  Anytime, anywhere –  A course is the unit –  Social software –  Classical pedagogy –  Community effects –  Strict schedule –  Crowdsourcing –  Certification –  Learning analytics
  4. 4. How to handle (bitter) veterans ?What after having used all big names ? Tools     ourMOOCS   Piaget Ressources     cMOOCS   Social  Interac*ons     Vygotsky Exercices     xMOOCS   Skinner Lectures     Bloom
  5. 5. Data  produced  by  Heather  Miller  &  Mar4n  Odersky  RESCIF Lessons  learned:  slowly  becoming  worldwide  
  6. 6. Data  produced  by  Heather  Miller  &  Mar4n  Odersky   Lessons  learned:  slowly  becoming  worldwide  
  7. 7. N=7500   Who  takes  MOOCs  ?  
  8. 8. N=7500   #1  mo*va*on  is      personal  interest    
  9. 9. Produc*on  pipe  1.  Recording  2.  Edi*ng  3.  Producing  4.  Publishing  5.  Serving  6.  Mining  
  10. 10. 1.  Recording:  MOOC  studio  1  hour  =  4-­‐10  hours    •  iMac  •  Camera  •  Wacom  Tablet  •  Microphone  •  Ligh*ng  •  Screen  •  Silence  
  11. 11. 2.  Edi6ng  1  hour  =  10  hours    Keep  it  simple  •  Titles  and  overlays  •  Demonstra*ons  •  Audio  adjustment  Screenflow  •  Easy  media  mgmt  •  Mobility  
  12. 12. 3.  Producing  1  hours  =  2-­‐5  hours    •  High  Quality  Video  •  Sub*tles  (amara)  •  Transla*on  
  13. 13. 4.  Publishing  -­‐  Pla?orms   1  hour  =  1-­‐2  hour     •  Open-­‐source  vs.  closed-­‐ source   =>  Access  to  data   •  Cloud-­‐based  vs.     local  hos*ng   =>  Scaling  
  14. 14. Different  types  of  MOOCs  5.  Serving   •  Unique  Selling  Point  1  hour  =  1  day     •  Internal  Grading  assignments   •  Africa  (french-­‐speaking)  Answering  to  forums  Flipping  the  classroom   •  Con*nued  Educa*on       •  TOOCs   •  Etc…  
  15. 15. 6.  Mining  1  course  =  250  MB  

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