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If Freire Made a MOOC: Open Education as Resistance - Hybrid Pedagogy

If Freire Made a MOOC: Open Education as Resistance - Hybrid Pedagogy | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Openness can function as a form of resistance both within and outside the walls of institutions. But open education is no panacea.
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Blended & Flipped Learning: Case Studies in Malaysian Higher Educatio…

Case studies of Blended and Flipped Learning in Malaysia HEIs
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Why MOOCs are Failing the People They're Supposed to Help

Why MOOCs are Failing the People They're Supposed to Help | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
MOOCs and online education are a technology with potentially revolutionary implications—but without a precise plan for realizing that potential.

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To MOOC or not to MOOC: Strategic lessons from the pioneers | Visual.ly

To MOOC or not to MOOC: Strategic lessons from the pioneers | Visual.ly | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

“Data visualization of “To MOOC or not to MOOC: Strategic lessons from the pioneers”, based on a joint research report conducted by ACE and InsideT”


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The MOOC Revolution is Just Getting Started

The MOOC Revolution is Just Getting Started | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

…but it won’t save your ass from class.


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ғelιх c ѕeyғarтн's curator insight, October 8, 4:36 PM

Concise, but right on target, in my opinion.

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Measurements of MOOC Success

Measurements of MOOC Success | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
MOOC completion rates simply don’t cut it as a way to measure MOOC success. Let me tell you my Canvas Network MOOC “success” story.
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What Online Education Can Learn from MOOCs - Fedena Blog

What Online Education Can Learn from MOOCs - Fedena Blog | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
This month, millions of students will start new courses on campuses online. Some will take formal courses from traditional higher education institutions, and some will enroll in one of the hundreds of available MOOCs (there are more MOOCs starting this…Read more ›
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Use of Synchronous Virtual Classrooms: Why, Who, and How?


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MOOCs - Emerging Trends in Assessment & Accreditation


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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, November 5, 4:42 AM

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In 2014, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are expected to witness a phenomenal growth in student registration compared to the previous years (Lee, Stewart, & Claugar-Pop, 2014). As MOOCs continue to grow in number, there has been an increasing focus on assessment and evaluation. Because of the huge enrollments in a MOOC, it is impossible for the instructor to grade homework and evaluate each
student. The enormous data generated by learners in a MOOC can be used for developing and refining automated assessment techniques. As a result, “Smart Systems” are being designed to track and predict learner behavior while completing
MOOC assessments. These automated assessments for MOOCs can automatically score and provide feedback to students multiple choice questions, mathematical
problems and essays. Automated assessments help teachers with grading and also support students in the learning processes. These assessments are prompt,
consistent, and support objectivity in assessment and evaluation (Ala-Mutka, 2005). This paper reviews the emerging trends in MOOC assessments and their application in supporting student learning and achievement. The paper concludes by
describing how assessment techniques in MOOCs can help to maximize learning
outcomes.

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Donald Clark Plan B: Jeff Haywood: stunning analysis of the future of online in HE (MOOCs etc)

Donald Clark Plan B: Jeff Haywood: stunning analysis of the future of online in HE (MOOCs etc) | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

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A Misapplication of MOOCs: Critical Pedagogy Writ Massive - Hybrid Pedagogy

A Misapplication of MOOCs: Critical Pedagogy Writ Massive - Hybrid Pedagogy | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
The MOOC was an empty space -- a potential site of resistance -- upon which we might have writ different expectations, not a product, not a thing.
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http://visual.ly/connectivism

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Can Twitter open up a new space for learning, teaching and thinking?

Can Twitter open up a new space for learning, teaching and thinking? | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

“Two academics discuss the pros and cons of using Twitter as a learning tool to encourage instinctive thinking in higher education”


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Google and EdX Are Building a "YouTube for MOOCs"

Google and EdX Are Building a "YouTube for MOOCs" | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it

Google is teaming up with EdX, an open-source online education nonprofit started by Harvard and MIT, to create a new site that EdX’s president compared to a “YouTube for MOOCs.” The site is called mooc.org—MOOC being the unfortunate acronym for...


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Переводика - Как и почему меняется наша талантливость с возрастом

Переводика - Как и почему меняется наша талантливость с возрастом | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
Стабильным кадровым ресурсом в инновационных проектах, требующих креативного подхода, могут быть только квалифицированные специалисты, преодолевшие неизбежный «творческий спад» сорокалетнего возраста. Тотальное омолаживание коллектива является гарантией провала инновационного проекта...
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eLearning For Soft Skills: What works?

eLearning For Soft Skills: What works? | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
What is the most effective way to design eLearning for soft skills? This article describes four strategies you may want to use.
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Move over MOOCs – Collaborative MOOC 2.0 is coming - University World News

Move over MOOCs – Collaborative MOOC 2.0 is coming - University World News | e-learning-ukr | Scoop.it
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Seven ways that video can transform learning at work


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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, November 8, 2:59 AM

"1. Interviews
People love looking at and listening to other people, particularly if they are providing useful information concisely and in a relaxed, informal manner. At its simplest you can just point a camera at an interviewee and do the simplest trimming and titling to finish the job. For a more polished look, with the interviewer in shot, you’ll need to shoot at different distances and angles and cut between them. For a more free-ranging discussion, bring in a small audience to ask their own additional questions.

2. Presentations
If you’re lucky enough to catch an interesting presentation live, then that’s great, but if not, then video is a great secondary option. The simplest method is to have the presenter record a narration to their slides and export that to video, but you can achieve a more engaging result by alternating between the presenter speaking directly to camera and the slides.

3. Drama
Acted sequences are perfect for depicting interactions between people, perhaps to demonstrate an interpersonal skill, to stimulate discussion in the classroom, or as the basis for an interactive scenario. Drama is one form of video where you would be well advised to bring in the professionals, to work both sides of the camera. This will be relatively costly, but there are plenty of situations in which this is money very well spent.

4. Physical demonstrations
A very simple use of video is to have an expert demonstrate a practical skill or the workings of a piece of equipment, particularly when this would not be easy to accomplish in a classroom (you might be talking about a crane or a tank!).

5. Documentaries
A great use of video is to take the viewer to places they could not be expected to visit in person, perhaps to see how work is carried out in different parts of their organisation. Documentaries could provide a record of important projects and initiatives, or tell a powerful story. Like drama, the production of documentary video is not trivial and best left to experts but, again, the expense is often worth it.

6. Screencasts
A screencast is a demonstration of some aspect of a piece of software, usually with a voiceover. These can be extremely simple to produce using software such as Adobe Captivate, Camtasia and any number of low-cost alternatives. Historically, in a corporate context, these have traditionally been regarded as elements in e-learning programmes but, as we have seen on YouTube, they work well as videos.

7. Explainers
An explainer is an animated video that aims to clarify a concept, principle or process. The best early examples came from Common Craft (check them out on YouTube), who used a technique called ‘papermation’ to present explanations of complex technical subjects. Now you can produce similar results using software such as PowToon."