Open2Study: An Innovation in Online Learning

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A presentation at the Vice-Chancellor's Forum, November, 2013.

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  • Course starts this coming Monday So far 789 learners have registered for the course Completion rates for Open2Study courses are currently around 60% of people who start the course And around 25% of all registered people complete the course
  • Open2Study: An Innovation in Online Learning

    1. 1. Open2Study: An Innovation in Online Learning https://www.open2study.com
    2. 2. Outline 1. What is Open2Study? 2. Why did Massey join Open2Study? 3. What courses will Massey be offering?
    3. 3. 1. What is Open2Study?
    4. 4. 1. What is Open2Study?
    5. 5. 2. Why did Massey join Open2Study?
    6. 6. 2. Why did Massey join Open2Study? • To Enhance our Reputation • To Profile our Signature Platforms • To Promote Massey to International Students • To Enhance Student Retention – Selecting the Right Course • To Promote Student Readiness – Learning to be an Online Learner • To Help Shape the Platform and Learning Design Model • To Learn from the Experience – Innovation in Learning Design
    7. 7. 3. What courses will Massey be offering?
    8. 8. 3. What courses will Massey be offering? Initially three online subjects… • Agriculture and the World Around Us • Emergency Management (title yet to be announced) • Indigenous Cultures (with University of Tasmania)
    9. 9. Video Course starts on Monday…
    10. 10. Video Course starts in January…
    11. 11. Indigenous Cultures starts in February…
    12. 12. Where to Next… • We will be evaluating the Open2Study experience • We anticipate developing several additional Open2Study courses over 2014 • You can join the Open2Study Special Interest Group by contacting me • We will be promoting greater use of video for teaching through the new Rich Media Learning Project

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