In the short video below, Dr Charles Severance, Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan draws upon his experience teaching Internet History, Technology, and Security on ...
This White Paper aims at giving a framework, a methodology and some tools to design best in class MOOC.
The study is based on our experience of MOOC Design earned through the organization of the first french xMOOC: ABC Gestion de Projet, which took place on Canvas.net. It also analyses best practices from different platforms: Coursera, EdX, Venture Lab.
Le Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche lance en ce mois d’avril 2013 un premier MOOC expérimental (Cours en ligne ouvert et massif) pour acquérir un ensemble de compétences numériques sur le thème de l’identité numérique, de la...
Pour contacter Jérémie Sicsic : firstname.lastname@example.org Nos 2 jeunes amis viennent de créer Unow : une startup qui veut aider à la création de MOOC français.. Quelle bonne idée ! Discussion trés large... Qu'est-ce qu'un MOOC ?
Les meetups créés autour de la communauté MOOCfr permettent aux participants francophones de se réunir et d'échanger autour des MOOC qu'ils suivent. Il n'y a pas de limites de plateformes : que vous suiviez un MOOC sur Coursera ou sur Unow, vous pouvez créer votre communauté meetup dans votre ville et rencontrer des autres MOOCers ! Langue principale de la communauté : le français bien entendu !
Sir John Daniel, Senior Advisor, Academic Partnerships, one of the world's premier practitioners and thinkers in technology mediated and distance learning, addresses the state of online education today.
A leading platform for the popular "massive open online courses" offered by elite universities is moving forward into a new realm: the expansive field of continuing education for teachers.
Sicsic Jérémie's insight:
Coursera, the California-based for-profit platform for MOOCs from 62 leading universities such as Stanford, Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, planned to announce Wednesday a new range of partners that include education schools and, in a first, non-degree granting institutions such as the American Museum of Natural History that help train teachers.
In some ways, the xMOOC in its current form is this trend to turn the course into an artifact taken to its logical conclusion (possibly ad absurdum). Course lectures are now artifacts in the form of videos. Assignment and assessment functions are packaged into machine-graded tools. Certification of knowledge is provided by the machines as well. Yes, there are still class discussions, and yes, the course instructors do participate sometimes, but they appear to be rather secondary in most of the xMOOC course designs I have looked at. In general, xMOOCs tend to explore the degree to which the pedagogical function can be fulfilled by artifacts.1
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