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A new participative space for MOOCs: overtaking technological to achieve educational education

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Roland, N., Uyttebrouck, E. & Emplit, Ph. (2015). A new participative space for MOOCs: overtaking technological to achieve educational education. Colloque EMOOCs 2015, Mons, 18 au 20 mai.

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A new participative space for MOOCs: overtaking technological to achieve educational education

  1. 1. NEW PARTICIPATIVE SPACE FOR MOOCS ULB PODCAST | CENTRE DES TECHNOLOGIES AU SERVICE DE L’ENSEIGNEMENT | UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES OVERTAKING TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION Nicolas ROLAND | niroland@ulb.ac.be | @nicolasroland Eric UYTTEBROUCK | eric.uyttebrouck@ulb.ac.be Philippe EMPLIT | phemplit@ulb.ac.be EMOOCS 2015, THIRD EUROPEAN MOOCS STAKEHOLDERS SUMMIT
  2. 2. Why do MOOC-type courses not bring any great educational added value with respect to other online courses ? ‘‘
  3. 3. Technocentric participative space
  4. 4. MOOCs
  5. 5. Massive? Present MOOCs face massive participation... dropout
  6. 6. Open? Openness is more and more an illusion
  7. 7. Open? Openness is more and more an illusion
  8. 8. Course? Pedagogical principles are forgotten
  9. 9. Course? One message once a week
  10. 10. Why is the ULB institutional approach adequate for MOOC-design ? Research-based MOOC design is a natural approach for universities
  11. 11. Design-based research AGILE&
  12. 12. Step 1 : Analyze Step 2 : Develop Step 3 : Implement Step 4 : Report Design-based research? An iterative process
  13. 13. Research-based MOOC storyboarding delivers MOOC scenario adapted to the users
  14. 14. Research-based MOOC storyboarding delivers MOOC scenario adapted to the users
  15. 15. Pedagogical investment and learning analytics help to prevent dropout and to improve tools
  16. 16. Qualitative surveys for improving the content and objectives of the MOOC
  17. 17. Prehistoric? (M. Cisel, 2014)
  18. 18. Twenty years of research
  19. 19. NEW PARTICIPATIVE SPACE FOR MOOCS ULB PODCAST | CENTRE DES TECHNOLOGIES AU SERVICE DE L’ENSEIGNEMENT | UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES OVERTAKING TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION Nicolas ROLAND | niroland@ulb.ac.be | @nicolasroland Eric UYTTEBROUCK | eric.uyttebrouck@ulb.ac.be Philippe EMPLIT | phemplit@ulb.ac.be EMOOCS 2015, THIRD EUROPEAN MOOCS STAKEHOLDERS SUMMIT

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