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Journal of Interactive Media in Education

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Article: Designing for Educational Technology to Enhance the Experience of Learners in Distance Education: How Open Educational Resources, Learning Design and Moocs Are Influencing Learning

Via Mark Smithers, Peter Mellow
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5 reasons to do a MOOC & 5 reasons not to

Some background to MOOCs and then reasons why an educator might, or might not, want to offer one, based on my experience.

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Anne Whaits's curator insight, April 16, 2013 6:11 PM

I had the pleasure of attending Prof Martin Weller's session on MOOC's at the OU on 13 March and enjoyed his take on "to MOOC or not to MOOC" as part of Open Education Week. A real delight to meet @mweller. Read more on his blog "The Ed Techie"  here  http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/

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The emergence of x and c MOOCs and pedagogy

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The three sorts of MOOCs would serve different types of learners differently based on what the institutions would offer and what the learners might need and expect.


Via Alberto Acereda, Ph.D., Donna Murdoch, Mark Smithers, Carlos Marcelo
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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, August 15, 2013 9:44 AM

A pesar de su corta edad los MOOCs siguen experimentando variaciones importantes. Los x-MOOCs (modelo automatizado, centrado en la tecnología y con rentabilida económica esperada de la oferta formativa en línea, Ej: Udacity), los c-MOOCs (basados en el conectivismo, el aprendizaje distribuido y más centrado en el alumno. Ej: EdX) y una tercera variante que puede ser una especie de híbrido de las dos anteriores.

Roberto Ivan Ramirez's comment, September 17, 2013 2:38 PM
Creo que esas combinaciones de los cursos masivos en línea va a servir de plataforma apra establecer nuevos lineamientos tecno pedagógicos de la educación a distancia, posiblemente la era del e-learning se transforme.
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, September 22, 2013 7:23 PM

What would be the future of MOOCs?

As discussed, the three sorts of MOOCs would serve different types of learners differently based on what the institutions would offer and what the learners might need and expect.

There are no clear crystal balls in accurately predicting what would emerge out of these winners, though it is for sure that the ultimate model of Higher Education would likely go with xMOOCs within the coming decade, as the demand for qualifications, formal teacher-based education is still the norm.