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A Massive Open Online Course

A Massive Open Online Course
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EpCoP MOOC - network space for the eportfolios massive open online course Personal Learning Envronments Networks and Knowledge ~ PLENK 2010 Welcome to CCK11 ~ CCK11 First Steps into Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: 21 May – 22 June '12 | #fslt12 The Open Line mooc – HEA/JISC/Oxford Brookes University Read the final report here (pdf). Also available on the HEA project website. Dissemination outputs for the project can be found here. First Steps will run again as an Open Online Course from 8 May – 14 June 2013. Welcome to the First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education massive open online course (mooc). (Opening Statement Transcript) First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, is targeted at new lecturers, people entering higher education teaching from other sectors and postgraduate students who teach. Building on OCSLD’s experience of running courses for a national and international audience, First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education will be an open online course, free to the global academic community, with peer and general tutor support. The course also offers assessment, leading to an OCSLD Certificate, for up to 25 participants.

Course: bonkopen2012: Instructional Ideas and Technology Tools for Online Success CourseSites by Blackboard Instructional Ideas and Technology Tools for Online Success Free, Open Course With Dr. Curt Bonk: The live course had ended, but please enjoy the course at your own pace! Description: Motivating students and creating community within blended and online learning environments are crucial to academic achievement and success. This open course will provide both theoretical concepts and practical tools for instructors to improve motivation, retention, and engagement within blended and online courses. Course Objectives: • Identify and apply relevant motivational strategies and instructional techniques • Construct thinking skill options for different types of learners and subjects• Design and share innovative thinking skill activities as well as unique cooperative learning• Map and apply instructional models and ideas to online learning tools Self-Enroll below to get started today! Instructor(s): Open Educational Resource Author(s) Curtis Bonk Ph.D. Contributor(s) Version 5

Pedagogy First! Here I go thinking that I can quickly finish this task as I’m on catch up mode big time. I should have known better!! Having watched the video and read the articles, I am left thinking about Issac Asimov’s Foundation series. First the video I usually turn up my nose at theory as I see myself as a more application person, but the content of this video totally hooked me. As time went on and as my study needs changed, I moved to extramural study (management and maths) in the late 1980s to the early 2000s. Coming back to face to face teaching (IT) in the mid 200s was an interesting time because the Internet was here and making a big impact. Now of course, we are hit by the Web 2.0 tools and I have been introduced to the connectivism mode which this course is all about – designing my own learning environment, finding out what works for me and trying new things. If I look at my teaching style, I am definitely of the constructivism mode. An example of this from my current teaching.

Open Learning Design Studio (OLDS) - Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) The project will design, deliver and evaluate an 8-10 week Open Learning Design Studio MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) focusing on the theme of curriculum design with OERs, to be held in early 2013. Open to individual educators from across the UK HE, FE, and community and skills sectors, the MOOC will aim: to increase the uptake of OERs through embedding the use of curriculum design tools, practices and approaches in individual practice and design team culture; to empower practitioners to become change agents in their local contexts; and to produce a collection of CC-licensed OER resources for wider use after the MOOC ends. Weekly activities will feature a range of presenters with a focus on foregrounding successful JISC and HEA funded UK projects and giving UK practitioners access to (and opportunity to learn from) some of the best of European initiatives. Further details regarding how to get involved, start dates, and core themes will be announced during the summer. Project Outputs

The MOOC Guide The purpose of this document is two-fold: - to offer an online history of the development of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) - to use that history to describe major elements of a MOOC Each chapter of this guide looks at one of the first MOOCs and some early influences. It contains these parts: - a description of the MOOC, what it did, and what was learned - a description of the element of MOOC theory learned in the offering of the course - practical tools that can be used to develop that aspect of a MOOC - practical tips on how to be successful Contribute to this Book You are invited to contribute. In order to participate, please email or message your contact details, and we'll you to the list of people who can edit pages.

Expé. d'un MOOC sur les usages du eportfolio 2011 Do you want to know all about eportfolios? Then join us here in this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and experience the What, Why, How, Where, So What, Now What and Then What of creating and reflecting in Eportfolios! The learnspace is a library, a resource kit, a gallery, a classroom, and a communication portal - a space for participants to learn collaboratively about Eportfolios. The learnspace has also provided a space for the EpCoP design team to discuss, select and gather relevant resources, activities, communications and networks that are structured to help practitioners to build an awareness of the power of Eportfolios and to develop the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for: VET practitioners developing a professional e-portfolio to support their CPD needs (eg industry and professional currency)

Current/Future State of Higher Education - An Open Online Course Le Mooc à deux voix et quatre mains | Le Blog de Tété Enyon La rédaction de cet article est née de l’idée de confronter deux expériences d’apprentissage à distance dans deux dispositifs de Massive Online Open Course (traduction : cours en ligne ouvert et massivement distribué) : le cours « Managing Election Campaigns » de la Peer 2 Peer University et le cours « Connectivism and Connective Knowledge 2011 » de Stephen Dowes et George Siemens, offert en partenariat avec l’Université de Manitoba. Ces deux cours ont en commun d’être délivrés exclusivement en anglais et d’accueillir une cohorte multiculturelle et multilingue d’apprenants. Le cours consacré à la gestion des campagnes électorales s’est étendu sur six semaines, celui sur le connectivisme s’achève prochainement et aura duré 12 semaines. Les rédacteurs : Tété Enyon Guemadji-Gbedemah a suivi en 2010 le cours consacré à la gestion des campagnes électorales à la P2PUniversity. 1- Un MOOC, est-ce vraiment utile ? Christine : oui, sans hésiter. 2- A quelles conditions ? 3- Pour quoi faire ?

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