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Should you #DeleteAcademiaEdu? On the role of commercial services in scholarly communication.

Should you #DeleteAcademiaEdu? On the role of commercial services in scholarly communication. | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Reflecting on the recent surge of criticism about the commercial motives of scholarly social media platform Academia.edu, Paolo Mangiafico argues this is now an ideal opportunity for scholars to ma…
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4 Obstacles Subject Matter Experts Face On A Regular Basis - eLearning Industry

4 Obstacles Subject Matter Experts Face On A Regular Basis - eLearning Industry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Wondering what obstacles Subject Matter Experts face on a regular basis? Check this article to discover 4 obstacles Subject Matter Experts need to overcome 
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Making a MOOC ‘successful’ | Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

Making a MOOC ‘successful’ | Technology Enhanced Learning Blog | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

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Donald Clark Plan B: 10 reasons why 2015 is the year of the MOOC

Donald Clark Plan B: 10 reasons why 2015 is the year of the MOOC | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

2012 was heralded, largely by people who had never taken any, as the year of the MOOC.

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3 Ways Online Training Providers Can Use Gamification In Their Courses - eLearning Industry

3 Ways Online Training Providers Can Use Gamification In Their Courses - eLearning Industry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
How Online Training Providers Can Use Gamification In Their Courses. Check 3 Ways Online Training Providers Can Use Gamification In Their Courses.
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Theories and Applications of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) : The Case for Hybrid Design | Anders | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Theories and Applications of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) : The Case for Hybrid Design | Anders | The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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4 ways to take campus video to the next level - eCampus News

4 ways to take campus video to the next level - eCampus News | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Interactive video quizzes, authenticity, and accessibility are just a few ways campus video can distinguish your institution.
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Confessions of a MOOC professor: three things I learned and two things I worry about

Confessions of a MOOC professor: three things I learned and two things I worry about | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
A scholar who has taught 250,000 students worldwide through the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) reflects on the changes that these courses are bringing. Should all those in higher ed be worried?
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The Top 10 Trends That Will Change The Way We Work in 2016 (Infographic)

The Top 10 Trends That Will Change The Way We Work in 2016 (Infographic) | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
These are the top trends that will change the way we work in 2016. Companies need to work hard to prepare for these trends or risk falling behind.

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Why share this here? Well, K-20 educators are preparing their kids for their working lives. The more educators think about what is and could be important for kids to know and be able to do, the better they can design lessons, activities, tasks, and projects that help students develop and refine the appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions.

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The space for social media in structured online learning | Salmon | Research in Learning Technology

The space for social media in structured online learning | Salmon | Research in Learning Technology | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Why You Should Care That MOOCs Had a Great 2015

Why You Should Care That MOOCs Had a Great 2015 | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Massive open online courses saw great growth in 2015, and according to new data from Reportlinker, more demand for this affordable education option means more growth.   Driven by increased platform connectivity and device-based computing adoption, as well as the emergence of online and collaborative learning and technology personalization, Reportlinker estimates the MOOC market to grow by nearly $7 billion by 2020.   Here’s a look at where MOOCs fared last year by the numbers with data collected by Class Central: 35 million: total number . . .
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MOOC enrolment surpassed 35 million in 2015

MOOC enrolment surpassed 35 million in 2015 | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
More students signed up for MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in 2015 than in the previous three years combined. The field of online courses became somewhat more international in its orientation during the year, and the established providers sharpened their focus on revenue generation. All of these trends point to a 2015 that marked anContinue reading...
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5 Instructional Design Trends That Shaped Our Adult Learning Universe: Reflections From Obsidian Learning - eLearning Industry

5 Instructional Design Trends That Shaped Our Adult Learning Universe: Reflections From Obsidian Learning - eLearning Industry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Want to know what shaped the Adult Learning Universe in 2015? Check 5 Instructional Design trends that shaped the Adult Learning Universe in 2015. 
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Language Log » N Cultures

Language Log » N Cultures | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

« previous post | next post » From Jason Eisner, a diagram of "The Three Cultures of Machine Learning": Jason cites Leo Breiman, "Statistical Modeling: The Two Cultures", Statistical Science 2001, and [...]...

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Critics see mismatch between Coursera's mission, business model

Critics see mismatch between Coursera's mission, business model | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Coursera's decision to charge learners in some massive open online courses up front -- viewed by some as inevitable -- has critics asking if the MOOC provider is diverging from its mission of universal access.
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​What Employers Think of Badges, Nanodegrees from Online Programs

​What Employers Think of Badges, Nanodegrees from Online Programs | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Some employers view them favorably, but many say they don't know a lot about them.

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MOOC MOOC: Instructional Design - Digital Pedagogy Lab

MOOC MOOC: Instructional Design - Digital Pedagogy Lab | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
The relationship fostered by instructional design is not one of learner to learning, it’s one of learner (or, more to the point, student) to mechanized instruction.
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Murky Federal Privacy Law Puts MOOC Student Data in Questionable Territory

Murky Federal Privacy Law Puts MOOC Student Data in Questionable Territory | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
The federal law protecting the information of college students may not apply to massive open online courses, according to the U.S. Department of Education’s chief privacy officer.
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For 1st time, MIT's free online classes can lead to degree

For 1st time, MIT's free online classes can lead to degree | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has offered free online courses for the last four years with one major downside: They didn't count toward a degree. That's about to change. In a pilot project announced Wednesday, students will be able to take a semester of free online courses in one of MIT's graduate programs and then, if they pay a "modest fee" of about $1,500 and pass an exam, they will earn a MicroMaster's credential, the school said. The new credential represents half of the university's one-year master's degree program in supply chain management. As part of the pilot project, students who perform well in the online half can take an exam to apply for the second semester on campus. Those who get in would pay $33,000, about half the cost of the yearlong program. "Anyone who wants to be here now has a shot to be here," MIT President L. Rafael Reif said. "They have a chance to prove in advance that they can do the work." The cost of the MicroMaster's includes $150 for each of the five online classes, plus up to $800 to take the exam. The first courses will launch this winter, with plans to route about 40 students each semester from the online courses to the campus program. Students in the supply chain management program are typically mid-career workers who take a year off work for intense training. But MIT said there's heavy demand from companies to train more students in the field, which examines the flow of goods from manufacturer to consumer. "We produce 40 students a year, and they say that's a drop in the bucket; we need thousands," said Yossi Sheffi, director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics. As free online courses have spread across the country in recent years, some academics predicted that it would spell the end of traditional courses, and perhaps the need for university degrees. But MIT follows other colleges that are merging free Web classes with school-stamped credentials. This year, Arizona State University started offering freshman courses online for free, with the option to pay for course credit later at a cost of up to $200 per credit hour. The Georgia Institute of Technology offers an online master's degree in computer science for $6,600, but the classes can be taken for free without credit. The University of Illinois has an online master's degree in business using a similar model. MIT and Harvard were seen as pioneers in 2011 when they created edX, a provider of free online classes. The idea was to spread education far and wide, snipping the tie between knowledge and academic credit. Although the pilot program will reintroduce course credit, MIT says it's the next step along the same path. "The new MicroMaster's is an important modular credential for the digital age, and promises to serve as academic currency in a continuous, lifelong learning world," Anant Agarwal, an MIT professor and CEO of edX, said in a statement. "It also affords an evolutionary path for universities in the face of mounting prices." For students, it's also a new route into the university, bucking the traditional admissions system that relies on past academic records. "That admission system works well for people who went to schools we know very well," Reif said. "But for people from outside that familiar circle, it can be hard to break in." The president added that if the new model is successful, it could expand to other MIT programs. But the school also must weigh its costs. "Right now the main focus is quality, and hopefully the finances will work out later," Reif said. "But this is not something in which we expect to make money. We want to break even."
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Иллюстрация экспериментов по химии…

Иллюстрация экспериментов по химии… | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Game Genre Map: The Cognitive Threshold in Strategy Games - Quantic Foundry

Game Genre Map: The Cognitive Threshold in Strategy Games - Quantic Foundry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Using data from over 140,000 gamers worldwide, we map out games in the Strategy genre to reveal the cognitive threshold between Strategy and Excitement.
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How to Run and Offer a Massive Open Online Course

How to Run and Offer a Massive Open Online Course | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

"MOOCs are being designed and offered by individuals and institutions. So you may also be planning to organise a MOOC on some theme where large number of learners can enroll."


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Coursera's Competitive Advantage: Defining the MOOC Industry

Coursera's Competitive Advantage: Defining the MOOC Industry | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Chapter 2. The MOOC Industry and Coursera 2.1 Supply and Demand Characters of the MOOC Industry 2.1.1 An Overview of MOOC Industrial Chain Michael Porter, in his updated work The Five Competitive Forces that Shape Strategy (2008), informed us that the first step in a typical industry analysis is identifying the relevant industry, which is…
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