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2013 04 19 (uc3m) emadrid athillosen kmrc conceptualizing implementing moocs opco12 coer13

  1. 1. E-Learning an deutschen Hochschulen – State-of-the-Art und Trends Dr. Anne Thillosen, Programmkonferenz UTB, 27.02.2013 Dr. Anne Thillosen (e-teaching.org / KMRC Tübingen) Conceptualizing and implementing MOOCs – experiences and lessons learned from OPCO12 and an outlook on COER13 10 years10 years
  2. 2. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 1/20 Agenda • MOOCs: - A brief overview & the German MOOC landscape • OPCO12: - Conception & structure - Central results of the evaluation • COER13: - First impressions • Lessons learned & open questions
  3. 3. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 MOOC M – Massive •Number of participants – from 150 up to more than 100.000 O – Open •Accessible, no restrictions of participation •No payment •(for cMOOCs also: decentralized, open infrastructure, learners define their own objectives, the tools they use etc.) O – Online •Online only, realized via different technological systems •(bMOOCs may have face-to-face meetings) C – Course •Organized as a “course“ ( OER) •(for cMOOCs also: community, communication etc.) Chaos? Confusion? 2/20
  4. 4. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 2012 – Year of the MOOC 2008: ”Connectivism and Connective Knowledge“ (CCK08) – 1st MOOC (“cMOOC“), offered by Downes & Siemens 2011: 3 courses, launched by Stanford University, each with over 100.000 enrollments (“xMOOC“) Feb 2012: The Horizon Report 2012 does not mention MOOCs 2012: Launch of several consortia offering MOOCs: udacity, coursera, edX etc. Nov 2012: The New York Times declared 2012 to be the Year of the MOOC Feb 2013: The Horizon Report 2013 predicts MOOCs to be a trend with a Time-to-Adoption Horizon of one year or less 3/20
  5. 5. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 MOOC – Overview Types of MOOCs •cMOOC: “connectivist“, “the original concept“, seminar-like •xMOOCs: x for “extension“, instructional conception, often very high numbers of enrollment, lecture-like •bMOOCs: blended MOOC – combination with face-to-face meetings, e.g. seminar at a university and open group of participants •smOOC: small Open Online Course, less than 150 participants, seminar-like German MOOCs in the context of universities •cMOOCs: OPCO11, OCWL11, OPCO12, MMC13, COER13 •xMOOCs (since 2012) - 2012: Hasso-Plattner-Institut - 2012: IMC AG in cooperation with Univ. des Saarlandes - 2013: Digital School of the Leuphana Univ. Lüneburg - 2013: Call from iversity / Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft 4/20
  6. 6. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 OPCO11 Yuan, Li, and Stephen Powell. MOOCs and Open Education: Implications for Higher Education. White Paper. University of Bolton: CETIS, 2013. http://publications.cetis.ac.uk/2013/667 5/20 OPCO12 and COER13 within the MOOC landscape
  7. 7. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 OPen COurse 2012 „Trends im E-Teaching – der Horizon Report unter der Lupe“ • Co-operation partners: studiumdigitale (Univ. Frankfurt), Multimediakontor Hamburg (MMKH), Dr. Jochen Robes (Blogger in the field of further education), e-teaching.org • 16.04. – 21.07: 14 weeks, six topics: - Mobile Apps - Learning Analytics - Tablet Computing - Gesture-Based Computing - Game-Based Learning - Internet of Things • 1.451 enrollments • 3 accompanying surveys: before start, at half time, at the end; analysis of logfiles; analysis of blogposts, tweets, comments etc. 6/20
  8. 8. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 cMOOCs: the connectivist principles • Aggregate • Remix • Repurpose • Feed Forward  Self-paced learning  Networking Stumbling blocks •Heterogeneous group of participants •Information overload – and difficulties to find the different sources •Participants need self-disciplin •Inhibitions of writing publicly •Calculation of the expenditure of time is difficult 7/20
  9. 9. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Structure of OPCO12 Week 1 of a course unit Week 2 of a course unit Monday Introduction to the topic of the unit, reading suggestions & suggestions for other content Thursday Online event Monday Interim conclusion and collection of questions for the further discussion by the moderator Friday Summary of the course unit and documentation of the results by the hosts Regular news / blog posts / tweets from the hosts and organizers; All participants can take part in the discussion via blogs, tweets, comments etc. http://opco12.de/ 8/20
  10. 10. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Which content was most important to the participants? (2nd survey, n = 79) 9/20 Summaries Content Online Reading Blog posts News- Blog posts Chat Tweets proposals events proposals (organizers) letters (participants)
  11. 11. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Online-Events Live Recording 10/20 week 1 week 2 & 3 week 4 & 5 week 6 & 7 week 8 & 9 week 10 & 11 week 12 & 13 Introductio n
  12. 12. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Blogposts & comments 295 Blog posts 265 Comments Intro- duction 11/20 week 1 week 2 & 3 week 4 & 5 week 6 & 7 week 8 & 9 week 10 & 11 week 12 & 13
  13. 13. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Analysis of the blog posts of OPCO12 – by a participant (http://sylviamoessinger.files.wordpress.com/, 11.07.2012) 37 36 54 31 25 10 12/20
  14. 14. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Tweets 2.300 Tweets with #opco12 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week 6th week 7th week 8th week 9th week 10thweek 11th week 12th week 13th week Intro- duction 13/20 week 1 week 2 & 3 week 4 & 5 week 6 & 7 week 8 & 9 week 10 & 11 week 12 & 13
  15. 15. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Networking with other participants (3rd survey, n = 144) contact before OPCO12: 80%: No contact during OPCO12: 55%: 0 persons 34%: 1-3 persons 5%: 4-6 persons 6%: more than 6 persons 68%: It was NOT my wish to make new contacts 64%: Networking was NOT IMPORTANT to me 14/20
  16. 16. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Correlation between badge and participation (2nd survey, n = 79) 15/20 writing commenting reading online event reading Blog posts blog posts materials blogposts
  17. 17. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 COER13: The Online Course on OER (Open Educational Ressources) • 08.04. – 28.06.2013 • 12 weeks: introduction week; 5 topics / units, final reflection week • 1.018 enrollments (16.04.13) • 62 registered blog feeds (16.04.13) • Ca. 700 Tweets with #coer13 (16.04.13) • Ca. 60 blog posts (16.04.13) • More than 300 posts in the internet forum www.coer13.de 16/20
  18. 18. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 • 11 weeks, 11 topics / units • Online events • Very free struc- ture l… • Aggregation of Blogs, Twitter • Platform: Blog • Comments • No certification 17/20 • 14 weeks, 6 topics / units • Online events • … more structured l…….. • Aggregation of Blogs, Twitter • Platform: Blog • Comments • Online badges, 3 levels • 12 weeks, 5 topics / units • Online events • … and even more structured • Aggregation of Blogs, Twitter • Platform: gRRShopper • Internet forum, Wiki • Online badges, 2 levels • (voluntary) assignments for every unit OPCO11
  19. 19. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Who are the participants? Professional background Employee at a central unit of a university 27% 23% Working in the education sector (but not in a university or in school) 27% 20% Lecturer / professor at a university 19% 21% Employed at a business enterprise 15% 8% Self-employed 14% 18% Student 13% 16% Teacher (at a school) 11% 23% n = 610 n = 426 18/20 Age <20 0,5% 20 – 29 13% 9% 30 – 39 28% 23% 40 – 49 35% 33% 50 – 59 18% 26% >60 6% 7% n = 610 n = 391
  20. 20. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Motivation Why do you participate? Interest in the topic 90% 98% Type of the course 67% 85% Professional development 62% 78% Prominence of organizers 12% 38% Relevance for my studies 9% 25% n = 610 n = 392 19/20 MOOC experience Yes 20% 37% No 80% 63% n = 610 n = 410
  21. 21. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 20/20 Open questions & lessons learned • Pedagogy of MOOCs: still a field of experimentation • Self-regulated learning skills necessary • Media literacy important factor • Interconnection between learners not that important … • Badges can foster engagement and motivation • Significance of the chosen tools
  22. 22. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Many thanks for your attention! a.thillosen@iwm-kmrc.de www.e-teaching.org www.coer13.de M C
  23. 23. Dr. Anne Thillosen (KMRC, Tübingen/Germany) eMadrid, 19.04.2013 Many thanks for your attention! a.thillosen@iwm-kmrc.de www.e-teaching.org www.coer13.de M C
  24. 24. What is e-teaching.org? An information portal to foster the use of new media in higher education •4 Main Sections •4 “Service Sections” •for users with different levels of knowledge and •skills in the field of ICT Conceptualized for •self-navigated learning or •hybrid qualification con-cepts which combine the portal with advisory services http://www.e-teaching.org/ English translation (main pages) http://www.e-teaching.org/etresources/media/en/index.html

Editor's Notes

  • Bwertung von Sehr wichtig bis nicht wichtig der Bedeutung der Beteiligungsmöglichkeiten und Angebote.
  • 20% (Umfrage 1 137 von 686) haben schon einmal an einem OPCO teilgenommen

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