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Interaccion2014 - Presentation about Open Books, MOOCs and Instructional Design

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Presentation at Interaccion 2014
Virginia Rodés, Ismar Frango, Pollyana Mustaro, Nizam Omar, Xavier Ochôa
Open Textbooks, Instructional Design, MOOCs

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Interaccion2014 - Presentation about Open Books, MOOCs and Instructional Design

  1. 1. ALFA III: DCI-ALA/19.09.01/11/21526/279-155/ALFA III(2011)-52 Instructional Design Models to support Collaborative Open Books for Open Education Virginia Rodés, Ismar Frango, Pollyana Mustaro, Nizam Omar, Xavier Ochôa Universidad de la República – Uruguay Universidade Mackenzie – Brasil ESPOL – Ecuador
  2. 2. MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCs Massive Online Open Courses
  3. 3. With eyes wide OPEN...  http://publications.cetis.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/MOOCs-and-Open-Education.pdf SPOC? ...?
  4. 4. MOOCs in a nutshell Wikimedia
  5. 5. Who are they now? Coursera Khan Academy Udacity edX vEduca (Brasil) MiríadaX (Espanha)
  6. 6. Coursera in PT-BR
  7. 7. Trying Coursera PT-BR/ES
  8. 8. The American Pie Nature, março de 2013
  9. 9. Coursera in ES Course University Weeks Accreditation? Bibliography? Rapid development of innovative products for emerging markets ITESM 8 Yes Yes1 Information and communication technologies in education UNAM 5 Yes Yes1 Continuity and development of the family business ITESM 6 Yes Yes Fundamentals of writing in Spanish ITESM 6 No No Be more creative UNAM 6 No No Corrections and Style in Spanish UAB 6 Yes No The ABCs of entrepreneurship slim ITESM 6 Yes No Educational innovation with open resources ITESM 4 Yes Yes Scientific Thought UNAM 6 Yes Yes Concepts and Tools for College Physics ITESM 9 Yes No Digital Systems UAB 8 Yes No Mathematics and movement ITESM 14 Yes No Pre-calculus UAB 8 No Yes Egyptology UAB 8 No Yes Latin American culture ITESM 6 No Yes1 Basic rules for successful entrepreneurship ITESM 6 No No Developing creativity UNAM 6 Yes No Yes: literature is based on books and there is a indicated bibliography Yes1 literature is based on articles, blogs and other kinds of text No: bibliography is not indicated and/or the course uses only digital materials made available along the course
  10. 10. Brazil, Ialalala… - the VEDUCA case
  11. 11. The Holy Commandments of MOOC – 1 Do it yourself … just pretend you’re choosing some movies at Netflix
  12. 12. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 2 Learn at your own pace … unless your pace is very different from the course’s one
  13. 13. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 3 Reach your goals … and pay for an accreditation
  14. 14. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 4 Online is better … you don’t have to agree, just believe
  15. 15. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 5 Domain-oriented pedagogy … whatever it means.
  16. 16. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 6 Blended learning … is good. It depends on the mix.
  17. 17. The Holy Commandments of MOOC– 7 Peer-everything … evaluation, review, monitoring, mentoring, *.*. Except the course/content creation.
  18. 18. OMG, where are the tutors?
  19. 19. It’s the end of the world (as we know it)?
  20. 20. All you need is MOOC...? Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc. There’s nothing you can teach that can’t be scaled. Nothing you can grade that can’t be AI’d. Nothing you can tweet but you can learn how to play the game It’s easy. There’s nothing you can say that can’t be video’ed. No one you can show that can’t be animated. Nothing you can do but you can copy how to be you in time – It’s easy. All you need is Mooc, all you need is Mooc, All you need is Mooc, Mooc, Mooc is all you need. Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc, Mooc. All you need is Mooc, all you need is Mooc, All you need is Mooc, Mooc, Mooc is all you need.  http://cogdogblog.com/2012/07/17/mooc-hysertia/
  21. 21. The 1 billion $ question… MOOCs: old snake oil in new barrels? Marian Petre, Open University, 2012
  22. 22. One size does not fits all… How “open” are the open courses?
  23. 23. I will survive! http://www.classesandcareers.com
  24. 24. Open Educational Resources’ Mantra 4R Reuse Rework Remix Redistribute
  25. 25. Be creative, be CC BY: Attribution NC: Non-comercial ND: No derivative works SA: Share Alike
  26. 26. Who rulez the world? Wikimedia
  27. 27. Our proposal… To plan and implement instructional design strategies for open courses… …since they are “really” open.
  28. 28. Ellington’s ID algorithm for MOOCs
  29. 29. Textbooks as open resources latinproject.org
  30. 30. OPEN courses and their effects Personalized Learning
  31. 31. If tomorrow never comes…
  32. 32. Thanks Obrigado Gracias Danke ismarfrango@gmail.com @ismarfrango ismarfrango

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