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Sam Network, la start-up de l'après-Mooc

Sam Network, la start-up de l'après-Mooc | Innovation pédagogique MOOC et cie | Scoop.it
Plutôt que produire des contenus pédagogiques en ligne, pourquoi ne pas exploiter les vidéos existantes en les retravaillant pour les rendre plus accessibles ? C'est le pari de ...

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MOOC Monitor: European Union Unveils Its Own MOOC Consortium... OpenUpEd - WiredAcademic

MOOC Monitor: European Union Unveils Its Own MOOC Consortium... OpenUpEd - WiredAcademic | Innovation pédagogique MOOC et cie | Scoop.it

As we reported a year ago, the European Union wants to get in to the MOOC game and is doing so now with a dozen partners at colleges throughout Europe in its new OpenUpEd MOOC platform. Partners in 11 different countries (France, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, UK, Russia, Turkey and Israel) joined forces to launch the first pan-European MOOCs initiative with the European Commission backing it. This is a great develop for MOOCs globally. The EU is busy at work, creating transferability and standardization at universities throughout the 27 member countries.


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U of All People gets into MOOC madness | Inside Higher Ed | David Galef

U of All People gets into MOOC madness | Inside Higher Ed | David Galef | Innovation pédagogique MOOC et cie | Scoop.it

"Tasked with assessing our first massive open online course (MOOC) here at U of All People, we have spent the past month temporizing, asking off-topic questions, and whatever else it is that assessment committees do."

 

Comment: A hilarious yet insightful assessment of MOOCs (peter sloep, @pbsloep) 


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, December 20, 2012 12:23 PM

 A hilarious yet insightful assessment of MOOCs (@pbsloep) 

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Embracing OER & MOOCs to TRANSFORM EDUCATION.

Embracing OER & MOOCs to TRANSFORM EDUCATION. | Innovation pédagogique MOOC et cie | Scoop.it
“Presentation slides for the OER and MOOC workshop facilitated at Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) on the 25th March, 2013.” (Embracing OER & MOOCs to TRANSFORM EDUCATION...? - Presentation slides for the OER and MOOC workshop...

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Does Europe need its own Mooc? | Alex Katsomitros - The Guardian

Does Europe need its own Mooc? | Alex Katsomitros - The Guardian | Innovation pédagogique MOOC et cie | Scoop.it

What is missing from the equation is an institution that would not just bring together individual universities in Europe, but would be European in essence. … Moocs constitute a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a truly European university. But it will have to be something substantially bigger than a simple online version of the Erasmus programme, and perhaps more complete than Coursera and Udacity. … A European online university is also necessary to boost the nascent European identity. Umberto Eco recently argued that a whole new generation of Europeans will be needed to build a nationalism-free Europe. … Finally, a European version of Coursera might spark in Britain a debate similar to the one about the UK's membership in the European Union. A European university without a few reputable UK institutions would be a halfway house. Chances are that some of them would be glad to join a partnership including Sorbonne, Freie Universitat and the like. Would this create a split across the UK sector between Europhile and Futurelearn institutions?


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, March 28, 2013 8:40 AM

Are MOOCs in the USA often portroyed as a means to save money and beat the towering tuition fees, in Europe they could help create a European identity. And why not? What is missing from the discussion are the elite universities. There is no doubt in my mind that a large part of the reason for people to enrol in a MOOC is the chance to learn from the best in the field. So this must somehow be taken into account. But an interesting thought nevertheless, one that for once is not so much about money as it is about improving education and instilling a (European) civic identity. (@pbsloep)

Pieter de Vries's curator insight, April 4, 2013 3:13 PM

No doubt we need a European perspective to savour the context of diversity we enjoy so much. So maybe this diversity will help us to overcome the idea that we need a European online university. There must be better ways to create a truly European dimension that will favour innovation and transformation in HE in a timely manner.

Gilles Le Page's curator insight, April 5, 2013 2:43 AM

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"Les Moocs, solution de survie pour les petites universités, constituent une occasion unique pour créer une université véritablement européenne. Mais il faudra que cela soit différent et bien plus ambitieux qu'une simple version en ligne du programme Erasmus, et la slution devra être plus compleète que Coursera et Udacity."