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Why is MIT ignoring 25 years of research into online learning? | Tony Bates

Why is MIT ignoring 25 years of research into online learning? | Tony Bates | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

Tony Bates: "In my previous post, there were two sessions at the LINC 2013 conference that referred specifically to MIT’s own strategies for technology-enabled learning within MIT. These resulted in my asking the following question towards the end of the conference:


Why is MIT ignoring 25 years of research into online learning and 100 years research into how students learn in its design of online courses? "

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It's more complex that 'nerds vs. educators' but sometimes it does feel like the MOOC revolution is driven by the hardware & software with little regard for the hard won and deeply researched lessons learned since the days when online learning was considered the Devil's stepchild.


Bate knows online learning as well as anyone on the planet. With the entrepreneur-tech-ed pundits listen?  Obviously not. 8-(

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ERBRAINS MICROSOFT DYNAMICS's curator insight, August 10, 12:46 AM

It's more complex that 'nerds vs. educators' but sometimes it does feel like the MOOC revolution is driven by the hardware & software with little regard for the hard won and deeply researched lessons learned since the days when online learning was considered the Devil's stepchild.

 

Bate knows online learning as well as anyone on the planet. With the entrepreneur-tech-ed pundits listen?  Obviously not. 8-(

denobisipsis's curator insight, August 10, 3:01 AM

It's more complex that 'nerds vs. educators' but sometimes it does feel like the MOOC revolution is driven by the hardware & software with little regard for the hard won and deeply researched lessons learned since the days when online learning was considered the Devil's stepchild.

 

Bate knows online learning as well as anyone on the planet. With the entrepreneur-tech-ed pundits listen?  Obviously not. 8-(

Konstantinos Kalemis's curator insight, August 10, 4:43 AM

It's more complex that 'nerds vs. educators' but sometimes it does feel like the MOOC revolution is driven by the hardware & software with little regard for the hard won and deeply researched lessons learned since the days when online learning was considered the Devil's stepchild.

 

Bate knows online learning as well as anyone on the planet. With the entrepreneur-tech-ed pundits listen?  Obviously not. 8-(

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What Disruption? Online Education and the Status Quo - PC Mag

What Disruption? Online Education and the Status Quo - PC Mag | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

"William Fenton: Despite grandiloquent claims about changing education—or the world—today's most popular online courses largely reinforce the status quo of higher education. This isn't to say that online courses aren't useful for many learners. As I have stressed in my reviews of edX, Coursera, Khan Academy, Udemy, and Udacity, online courses provide the tools with which adult learners, particularly tech-savvy self-starters, can pursue continuing education at little or no cost. "

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Here is a brief, lucid and experience based review of MOOCs as they are today.

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EdX Settles With Department of Justice | News | The Harvard Crimson

EdX Settles With Department of Justice | News | The Harvard Crimson | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
EdX, an online learning platform that Harvard co-founded with MIT in 2012, entered into a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice on Thursday and will address alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. That settlement could come to bear on a separate but similar lawsuit against Harvard that revolves around issues of accessibility online.

Namely, the edX settlement will require the platform to become accessible for people with disabilities—including those who are deaf or visually impaired.

In particular, edX is required to “provide accurate captioning for the deaf, oral navigation signals for the blind, and programming changes so those with dexterity disabilities can navigate content without struggling with a hand-operated mouse,” among other stipulations, according to a Department of Justice press release. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that public accommodations not deny disabled people its services.
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Key take away:  It takes a lawsuit from a well organized advocacy group to change accessibility policies in higher education. 

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How Video Production Affects Student Engagement: An Empirical Study of Mooc Videos

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Research paper based on edX Mooc video study.  Important insights for online teachers and instructional designers. 

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Columbia University, Teachers College, and Ryan Baker Launch Big Data in Education MOOC on edX ^ CCNMTL

Columbia University, Teachers College, and Ryan Baker Launch Big Data in Education MOOC on edX ^ CCNMTL | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
In this course, Baker discusses how and when to use key methods for educational data mining and learning analytics. Participants will learn about methods being developed by researchers in educational data mining, learning analytics, learning at scale, student modeling, and artificial intelligence in education. Baker will discuss how to use each method to answer education research questions and to drive intervention and improvement in educational software and systems.

 

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Free...starts July 1


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Data Analytics, adaptive AI, Education in the 21st Century.  Some squirm other dream.  Why not find out more about the near future?

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, June 16, 7:26 PM

Big data is for educators too!

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Instructional Design for Mobile Learning - Canvas Network | Free online courses | MOOCs Starts May 4, 2015

Instructional Design for Mobile Learning - Canvas Network | Free online courses | MOOCs Starts May 4, 2015 | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
This course introduces participants to instructional design principles for teaching with mobile technology. Mobile technology is a growing and powerful trend; what opportunities does this trend present to those who design online learning? How can we leverage the affordances of mobile technology in ways that make sense for our teaching methods and student learning?
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Great topic taught within the Canvas MOOC Network.

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becool's curator insight, May 4, 5:14 AM

Vraag me af of hier veel verschil op zit in vergelijking met instructional design voor een laptop. Iemand?

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Accessibility Showdown? Harvard and M.I.T. Sued Over Failing to Caption Online Courses - NYTimes.com

Accessibility Showdown? Harvard and M.I.T. Sued Over Failing to Caption Online Courses - NYTimes.com | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

 By Tamar Lewin, 2/12/15:


"Advocates for the deaf on Thursday filed a federal class action against Harvard and M.I.T., saying both universities violate antidiscrimination laws by failing to provide closed captioning in their online lectures, courses, podcasts and other educational materials.

“Much of Harvard’s online content is either not captioned or is inaccurately or unintelligibly captioned, making it inaccessible for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing,” the complaint said, echoing language used in the M.I.T. complaint. “Just as buildings without ramps bar people who use wheelchairs, online content without captions excludes individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.”

Dennis T OConnor's insight:

This could be a landmark case.  Harvard and MIT have no excuse other than inertia for ignoring well established accessibility requirements for their online content.


Unlike the majority of Universities, these schools have the financial power to do anything they want. They have the resources to hire accessibility experts and instructional designers to do the job.  Close Captioning all video in an efficient and timely manner is a huge job.  But it can be done.  


This statement from Harvard is ingenuous.  The rules are well known: 


"Jeff Neal, a spokesman for Harvard, said that while he could not comment on the litigation, Harvard expects the United States Department of Justice to issue proposed rules later this year “to provide much-needed guidance in this area,” and that the university will follow whatever rules are adopted."


Harvard, MIT & EdX may end up causing an unexpected disruption in education: serious national attention on the rights of the disabled. 


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Sande Woodson's curator insight, February 12, 6:59 PM

This is why we are working hard at Jessup Online to provide closed captioning for all of our video lectures and other video materials.

Kim Flintoff's curator insight, February 16, 8:21 PM

Accessibility shouldn't be a concern these days - it should be a core part of every online development.

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MOOC Research Hub

MOOC Research Hub | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Research Initiative

MOOC Research Initiative (MRI) is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as part of a set of investments intended to explore the potential of MOOCs to extend access to postsecondary credentials through more personalized, more affordable pathways.
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The project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.  The purpose of the initiative is to fill the 'research gap' regarding MOOCs. 

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Holy proliferating MOOCs! A review of MOOCs and their assessment tools

Holy proliferating MOOCs! A review of MOOCs and their assessment tools | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

Tony Bates: 


Chauhan, A. (2014) Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS): Emerging Trends in Assessment and Accreditation Digital Education Review, No. 25 For the record, Amit Chauhan, from Florida State University, has reviewed the emerging trends in MOOC assessments and their application in supporting student learning and achievement. - See more at: http://www.tonybates.ca/2014/11/08/a-review-of-moocs-and-their-assessment-tools/#sthash.nAWTrGfI.dpuf

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Moocs now have more nuances and new names than a good juggler could keep up in the air.  Pull up your three legged stool and delve into this research overview from Tony Bates.

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Sue Walsh's curator insight, November 30, 2014 4:23 PM

Holy cow :-)

Claire Brooks's curator insight, November 30, 2014 5:14 PM

bad puns notwithstanding, lots of nuance explored here.

Anne-Marie Barrault-Méthy's curator insight, December 1, 2014 11:14 AM

Many instructional models, many ways to validate online learning

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Web Accessibility MOOC for Online Educators (Fall 2014) | Desire2Learn Open Courses

Web Accessibility MOOC for Online Educators (Fall 2014) | Desire2Learn Open Courses | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Many eLearning educators are under-prepared to deal with web accessibility issues. This free MOOC, sponsored by Portland Community College and D2L, provides a free professional development opportunity to help eLearning professionals meet the challenges of addressing accessibility in online learning.
Registration is open from September 29 until November 14, 2014.
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

The more you learn about Web Accessibility, the more you realize just how much there is to know. This MOOC is about a fundamental issue in online learning.  


I joined this Mooc and worked ahead. I'm about to finish the third week in this five week course. The design is top flight. The information is first rate. I'm engaged and determined to complete the course.


Just because it's free doesn't mean it isn't valuable. 

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online4ed's curator insight, October 20, 2014 9:26 AM

Just attended a neat conference at #hilbertcollege and sat in on this topic. I need this!  

Suv Uaeh's curator insight, October 22, 2014 6:02 PM

interesante

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How MOOCs Can Help India

How MOOCs Can Help India | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Digital technologies have the potential to dramatically transform Indian higher education. A new model built around massive open online courses (MOOCs) that are developed locally and combined with those provided by top universities abroad could deliver higher education on a scale and at a quality not possible before.

University enrollment in India is huge and growing. It surpassed the U.S.'s enrollment in 2010 and became second only to China that year. Every day in India 5,000 students enroll at a university and 10 new institutions open their doors.
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The potential for Moocs in India seems great.  Will desire for advancement and access to quality OER be enough to create fundamental change? 

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Mooc On Mooc

Mooc On Mooc | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

This course is about key concepts, methods and practices in the MOOC paradigm .Its focus will be on explaining principles and practices for both the non-technical as well as technical audience. 

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This Mooc is about Moocs... an appropriate topic!  The class begins September 5th. It is sponsored by Indian based IIT Kanpur. Here's a truly international opportunity to learn and network. 


Are you curious?

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Cell Phones and Daggers: Moocs, Disruption and Change

Cell Phones and Daggers: Moocs, Disruption and Change | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

Mulukan Ayalu, who may be the busiest man in Dalifagi (Paul Salopek, 2013) http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com/files/2013/01/Paul-Salopek-Oasis3-1024x683.jpg


Combine inexpensive mobile technology with the archived course content available right now, add translation software and satellite bandwidth and the possibility of reaching across the globe into the most remote spots on the planet becomes real.  

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How do you see the disruptive power of open education, moocs and mobile tech?

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David J MacFadyen's curator insight, June 27, 2014 7:28 PM

Just a hint in this link, but the imbedded link on a remote African town is mind blowing. MOOCs make lives better for those with the self-guided learning skills needed to learn independently.

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Sebastian Thrun: How many moocs can dance on the head of a pin?

Sebastian Thrun: How many moocs can dance on the head of a pin? | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
It is less than a quarter of an hour’s drive down Route 101 from the village-like campus of Stanford University to Mountain View, the Silicon Valley home of Udacity. This was the journey Sebastian Thrun, the online education company’s chief

Via juandoming
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

Sebastian Thrun is always worth the attention he garners. Interesting to watch a him wrestle with the realities of teaching and learning in the 21st century.  I'd love to see him go toe to toe with Tony Bates!  

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Peter Mellow's curator insight, July 30, 10:32 PM

Sebastian Thrun is always worth the attention he garners. Interesting to watch a him wrestle with the realities of teaching and learning in the 21st century.  I'd love to see him go toe to toe with Tony Bates!  

steve batchelder's curator insight, July 31, 1:44 AM

Sebastian Thrun is always worth the attention he garners. Interesting to watch a him wrestle with the realities of teaching and learning in the 21st century.  I'd love to see him go toe to toe with Tony Bates!  

asli telli's curator insight, August 1, 1:31 AM

Sebastian Thrun is always worth the attention he garners. Interesting to watch a him wrestle with the realities of teaching and learning in the 21st century.  I'd love to see him go toe to toe with Tony Bates!  

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Dropouts & Moocs: Researchers explore who is taking MOOCs and why so many drop out

Dropouts & Moocs: Researchers explore who is taking MOOCs and why so many drop out | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Researchers are trying to understand why the vast majority of students fail to finish free online classes and who is signing up for the classes to begin with.
One widely quoted dropout figure for students in massive open online courses is 90 percent. The number would be staggeringly high for a traditional class and has been used to cast doubt on the promise of MOOCs.
The number is simple to come up with: take the number of users who register for a course and compare it to the number still participating at the end. But is it fair?
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

If attrition rates are the measure of an online class then MOOCs fail.

However, attrition is just one measure (and not the best measure) of a massive open online class.

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John Bostock's curator insight, June 26, 9:07 AM

About time we stirred the MOOC pot again - some interesting discussion following the article itself.

Carol Hancox's curator insight, August 3, 8:43 PM

If attrition rates are the measure of an online class then MOOCs fail.

However, attrition is just one measure (and not the best measure) of a massive open online class.

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edX: How MOOC Video Production Affects Student Engagement

edX: How MOOC Video Production Affects Student Engagement | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
Question: How does video production affect student engagement in MOOCs?
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

Good news for fast talking, enthusiast instructors!  Be sure to read the seven findings and recommendations about video and student engagement. 

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Worldview Stanford: Why MOOCs will Transform Africa

Worldview Stanford: Why MOOCs will Transform Africa | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

By Nancy Murphy


Through Rina and Open a Door, I’m witnessing first-hand the critical role that education plays in building a new generation of leaders and ultimately, peace and prosperity. Yet given the few scholarships available to international students, especially for those with low income levels, few can pursue the dream of a U.S. college education. And despite huge improvements in sub-Saharan Africa, the higher education opportunities there remain limited in number, accessibility, and quality. Deeply entrenched cultural attitudes toward women further constrain their real and perceived opportunities. Massive Open Online Courses, also known as MOOCs, may help fill that gap, transforming the lives of women who are hungry to learn and, by extension, their communities, and countries. That’s why it’s so thrilling to see MOOCs take off in Africa and teach us Westerners a lesson or two about educational innovation.

Dennis T OConnor's insight:

For many disruption in education has a negative connotation. For me, disruption is another word for transformation. This article gives you a brief introduction to one way the world is changing thanks to Moocs, tech, and a spirit of gratitude and giving. 

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Self-Directed Learning: The Core of Successful MOOC Participation

Self-Directed Learning: The Core of Successful MOOC Participation | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
As MOOCs continue to develop, we must identify challenges learners face as MOOC participants, specifically for learners accustomed to the face-to-face classroom—many of them disengage in MOOCs as the course progresses because online education has shifted the learner’s role into unfamiliar territory: online students are now more accountable for their own learning, time management, and motivation to complete coursework.
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Self-directed learning is the answer... is the question Why Moocs?

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MOOCs in 2014: Breaking Down the Numbers (EdSurge News)

Dhawal Shah :


"In November 2011 I was taking one of the first MOOCs from Stanford. At that time, many new MOOCs were being announced and I started Class Central as a way to keep track of them and figure out what I should take next. The website gathers course listings through provider sites, social media, and tips from MOOC providers and users. The figures below are based on these data."

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Charts! Diagrams! Data & Resources:  MOOC researchers will smile to find all this in one well organized article. 

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Beyond Dropouts and Dabblers: A Broader View of Auditing MOOCs - mooc news and reviews

Beyond Dropouts and Dabblers: A Broader View of Auditing MOOCs - mooc news and reviews | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

Posted by Charlie Chung on Aug 9, 2013 in CommentarySuccess Strategies

Follow us: @MOOCNewsReviews on Twitter


There has been a great deal of discussion around the high drop-out (90% range) rates in MOOCs (and for the purposes of this article, I’ll concentrate on the xMOOCs, or those that are modeled on highly structured college courses). The first thing to note is that the sign-up process is so easy and devoid of commitment that “enrolling” might best be considered merely an indication of interest. However, even if you count the initial participants in other ways (those watching the first videos, stated intents to complete, etc.), there is no doubt that dropping out or disengagement is a significant phenomenon in most MOOCs

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I like the term "auditing MOOCs".  I vastly prefer to think of myself this way. (Much better than being a dabbling dropout.)  

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MOOCs will take off in a big way the world over by 2020: Anant Agarwal, edX

MOOCs will take off in a big way the world over by 2020: Anant Agarwal, edX | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
In his recent visit to India, Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX, an online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT, has his agenda clearly defined. He is eyeing a larger share for edX and is targeting the high school segment in India. He is also keen on capturing the professional education segment through the edX platform. "In order to create content for these new segments, edX is looking at forging alliances with IITs, IIMs and other institutes," he tells Prachi Verma in an interview.
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

The revolutionary possibilities of a low-cost quality global education are what keep MOOCs on my mind.  India is generating a wave for the future. And the future is now. 

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Jorge Polo Contreras's curator insight, January 28, 3:28 PM

Interesante.

Sue Walsh's curator insight, January 28, 6:50 PM

An interesting conundrum. More and more free quality content … and an agenda to increase course fees for the ‘traditional’ accredited market. It will be interesting to watch consumer patterns over the coming years!

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George Siemens: Dual Layer Mooc? Interesting Spin.

George Siemens: Dual Layer Mooc? Interesting Spin. | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it
You recently launched the DALMOOC, which you created with a focus on improving the social experience of learners – can you tell me a bit about the structure and format you have chosen?

We call it a dual layer MOOC, but we don’t mean that in a binary sense, it’s more like saying there are two pathways to take. You can either take a structured pathway – the way that you see with a lot of MOOCs that are run, say, on Cousera or edX – and that’s a heavy teacher focus with guidance. As in, you click through to the next level.

We’ve created a second level that we’re calling more of the ‘social layer’ and we’re basically asking students to engage with one another and to create artefacts that reflect their understanding and to share those artefacts.

In the learning process we need different cycles of scaffolding – there are times when you come across a new idea completely and you can’t really create and socialise around it effectively because you just don’t know anything. So, there may be a cycle by which the learner follows a traditional structure or pathway but as soon as they become more confident they move into social and more emerging formats. In a way they’re oscillating between these two elements of the MOOC: structure and linear versus emergent and social.
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

The actual title of this article is: "

George Siemens: ‘Students need to take ownership of their learning’

I focused on Siemens design of multiple pathways through a MOOC.  His description of the design as "oscillating between these two elements of the MOOC: structure and linear versus emergent and social." triggers some interest. 


Social engagement in any online class is a precious and memorable experience. 

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ExtensionEngine's curator insight, November 29, 2014 7:34 AM

"A lot of what’s wrong with MOOCs stems from how they emulate traditional classrooms" - @gsiemens

Bibhya Sharma's curator insight, November 29, 2014 7:35 PM

Dual layered MOOC.  I do see the obvious benefits. 

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MOOCs: Expectations and Reality

Fiona M. Hollands, Ph.D.
Devayani Tirthali, Ed.D.
Center for Benefit-Cost Studies of Education
Teachers College, Columbia University

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A very full report.  Both Opponents and Proponents of MOOCs could cherry pick findings in this extensive (200+ page) report to support their points of view. 

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Special edition on research on MOOCs in the journal ‘Distance Education’

Special edition on research on MOOCs in the journal ‘Distance Education’ | E-Learning and Online Teaching | Scoop.it

Tony Bates:


"The August 2014 edition of the Australian-based journal, Distance Education (Vol.35, No. 2.), is devoted to new research on MOOCs. There is a guest editor, Kemi Jona, from Northwestern University, Illinois, as well as the regular editor, Som Naidu.
The six articles in this edition are fascinating, both in terms of their content, but even more so in their diversity. There are also three commentaries, by Jon Baggaley, Gerhard Fischer and myself."

Dennis T OConnor's insight:

Tony Bates is a wise practitioner and one of the true pioneers in online teaching and learning.  This article includes his commentary on the articles published by the Australian journal Distance Education.  


For a research based look at Moocs, with a helping of commentary by highly experiences online teachers and thinkers... this is the place to start. 

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Research: How Video Production Affects Student Engagement

edX recently commissioned a study of nearly 1,000 videos, segmenting them out by by video type and production style, and discovered this among their other findings:

  1. Shorter videos are more engaging. Engagement drops after 6 minutes.
  2. Videos with a more personal feeling are more effective than high-fidelity studio recordings.
  3. Videos in which the instructor speaks quickly and with high enthusiasm are more engaging.
  4. Khan-style tablet drawings are more engaging than power point slides.
Dennis T OConnor's insight:

I love it when research supports the conclusions I've drawn from long experience.

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Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, September 3, 2014 2:30 AM

Research: How Video Production Affects Student Engagement

Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, September 4, 2014 4:23 PM

An interesting study from the EdX people on using videos in an online course. 

KB...Konnected's curator insight, September 6, 2014 12:49 AM

Good to know.

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