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France : Université: le boom des cours gratuits sur Internet. Retraités, salariés… Plus besoin d'aller sur les bancs de la fac pour s'instruire.

France : Université: le boom des cours gratuits sur Internet

Toutes les universités ont désormais un site Web dédié à l'enseignement (www.universites-numeriques.fr). La plupart ont décidé de faire en sorte que leurs ressources pédagogiques soient de plus en plus souvent rendues publiques. Selon le ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, qui a financé la formation de deux mille enseignants en la matière, le volume de cours disponibles en fichiers podcast numérisés, vidéo ou audio, a triplé entre 2009 et 2010, passant de 12.000 à 30.000 heures. «Ce chiffre a sans doute encore doublé depuis», assure le responsable des nouvelles technologies d'une université parisienne. Au point que les enseignants sont régulièrement contactés par des passionnés… qui ne sont plus étudiants depuis longtemps.

Marché noir Les leçons rendues accessibles au grand public sont généralement adaptés. «L'idée de partager mes cours me plaît» «Une aventure positive» The University of Wherever. Web 2.0 Learning Environment.pdf. FlexBooks. Guide. Table of Contents: 1.

Teacher Sign Up 2. Teacher Profiles 3. 7 Fantastic Free Social Media Tools for Teachers. The possibilities for social media tools in the classroom are vast. In the hands of the right teacher, they can be used to engage students in creative ways, encourage collaboration and inspire discussion among even soft-spoken students.

But we've already made our case for why teachers should consider using social media in their classrooms. What about the how? Even when people say they want to incorporate social media, they don't always know the best ways to do so. It's especially daunting when those efforts can affect the education of your students. To help, we've collected seven of the the best classroom tools for incorporating social media into your lesson plans. EDU 2.0 is a lot like online course management systems Blackboard and Moodle, but with a couple of distinct advantages. The founder of software company The Mind Electric, who has roots in education, self-funded the development of EDU 2.0 in what the site describes as a "labor of love. " Vulgarisation, communication, et médiation scientifique. Richard Baraniuk on open-source learning. The future of e-learning is social learning.

Study Finds That Online Education Beats the Classroom. Why Online Education Needs to Get Social. Marco Masoni is a lawyer turned educator who co-founded Einztein.com to address the related problems of searching for good online courses and real-time coursework interaction.

Why Online Education Needs to Get Social

Marshall McLuhan’s classic expression “ the medium is the message" hasn’t lost its luster yet, as entrepreneurs and designers re-invent products and services for the web, unleashing thousands of new applications and sites every single day. The news industry is also in the throes of adjusting to the digital age, with countless print publications failing and folding after many years in the business while online news outlets and other platforms for news sharing, proliferate. Education is the second largest industry in America behind health care, and it too is experiencing a similar shift as it struggles to adapt traditional design and delivery models to the demands of modern audiences who are accustomed to digital interactivity.

It's About Course Quality, not Quantity Learning From Events in Real-Time Innovation Pays. eLearning Tools. Bill Gates - What I'm Learning - Great Lectures from The Teaching Company - The Gates Notes. A lot of people ask me what I’m reading and how I learn about new topics that interest me.

Bill Gates - What I'm Learning - Great Lectures from The Teaching Company - The Gates Notes

I am fortunate to have time to read a lot and I also like to view courses online from MIT’s OpenCourseware, Academic Earth, and others. These courses have ignited a passion of mine, which is to think about how to harness this approach so students who otherwise wouldn’t have access can experience these great courses and learn from these great teachers. One of my favorite sources for great lectures is The Teaching Company. Most of their courses are available as audio downloads and on DVD. I had a chance to meet with The Teaching Company team, and the way they find the very best professors and best courseware is impressive and it shows in the overall quality of the teaching.

Most of my friends know how much I enjoy these courses as they’ve received many of them as holiday gifts. At first I just watched all their science courses – geology, biology, medicine.