By Phil HillMore Posts (446) Two months ago O’Neal Spicer and I wrote an op-ed for the Community College Daily describing our observations on the California Online Education Initiative (OEI). We don’t often write about clients of ours, but in this … Continue reading →
No one owns the term “master’s degree.” But upstart education providers dream of getting a lock on the words for the next generation of online graduate certifications. Their strategy says a lot about how today’s online programs differ from those in the past (Hint: duration and price are just one
Volgens een grootschalig onderzoek onder Amerikaanse studenten, blijkt dat deze doelgroep minder geëngageerd is bij blended learning dan bij face-to-face of volledig online leren. Toch zijn deze studenten zeker niet ontevreden. Bovendien is er een verschil tussen tevredenheid en effectiviteit.
The hype has faded for the massive courses, and their leading commercial proponents have moved on to other gigs. But they’ve left a legacy of the transformative potential of online technology in teaching.
...The goal of this paper is to address a number of gaps in the scholarly understanding of MOOCs and present a comprehensive picture of the literature by examining the geographic distribution, publication outlets, citations, data collection and analysis methods, and research strands of empirical research focusing on MOOCs. We tackle this goal by reviewing relevant literature and situating this study in the context of prior literature; presenting our research questions and describing the methods used to collect data; describing the data analysis methods used to answer each research question; and presenting our results. We conclude by discussing findings and making recommendations for researchers studying MOOC-related topics.
Brede universiteiten met veel aandacht voor fundamenteel onderzoek hebben de beste kans om bij te dragen aan economische innovaties, bijvoorbeeld in de life en data sciences. Dat zegt hoogleraar Simcha Jong in zijn oratie op 14 november.
Babson College has initiated a process and a portal called the Innovation Pipeline that helps address the challenge of evaluating technologies that affect the curriculum and ensures faculty involvement along the way.
http://www.visualsforchange.com/blog/2012/12/11/david-preston-on-open-learning/ Preface Early in my training as an educator, I was exposed to William Glasser's conceptualization of basic human needs and their importance in creating a healthy educational setting. They are: Belonging - Fulfilled by loving, sharing, and cooperating with others Power - Fulfilled by achieving, accomplishing, and being recognized and respected Freedom - Fulfilled…
Europe is characterised by diversity and as such MOOC provision should account for diverse languages, cultures, settings, pedagogies and technologies. In this peer reviewed report the 31 papers demonstrate that Europe is re-engineering the generic MOOC model to allow for a broad spectrum of approaches and contexts...
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