"This MOOC guide was first initiated by Inge de Waard who organized the MobiMOOC. MobiMOOC was a course that used the MOOC format to provide a framework for all MOOC participants to learn or deepen their knowledge on mobile learning (mLearning).
After the MOOC guide was first initiated, the guide was opened up for all to add and strengthen the guide so it can/could be used by all interested parties."
Wouldn’t it be great if cMOOcs could be made more ‘productive’ – instead of advancing many people’s knowledge a little by re-creating the same (or similar) new knowledge again and again, can MOOCs be structured to stimulate the creation of new knowledge in a more coordinated way. Can you bring the learners together to produce something entirely novel as they learn? This is in the true spirit of connectivism.
H817 students, this blog and Sloep's response are worth thinking about. It's something we can directly relate to within our own MOOC. Are you satisfied with the learning effect and production of knowledge? Are blogs and forum postings mainly reiterations or are novel ideas coming to the fore and being developed in further discussions?
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