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Master%27s%20Thesis%20-%20Louren%c3%a7o%20Bento.pdf MOOCs - Massive Open Online Courses - University of South Africa (UNISA) Mobile There are thousands of free images,architectural designs, artefacts, graphs, maps, artworks, photographs, video clips, texts, educational works, etc. on the Creative Commons website - see link below. There are various licences to choose from. Read their conditions carefully. Material under Creative Commons licences may be included in theses and dissertations, as long as the conditions of the licence are abided by and that the non-commercial licence does not apply. Creative Commons have a number of different types of licences, e.g. Attribution Attribution Share AlikeAttribution No DerivativesAttribution Non-CommercialAttribution Non-Commercial SharealikeAttribution Non-Commercial No DerivativesCreative Commons Zero (CCO) Creative Commons licences are irrevocable, so make sure you are selecting the correct one if you want to publish your works under one of these licences.

3_Instructional_Strategies_for_MOOCs.pdf artikel-1763-22974efd1d43f52aa98e0ba04f14c9f3.pdf CERT337002015.pdf 5 Things Researchers Have Discovered About MOOCs – Wired Campus - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education In December 2013 a group of academics gathered during a Texas snowstorm and began the second phase of a discussion about massive open online courses. They were not terribly impressed by the hype the courses had received in the popular media, and they had set out to create a better body of literature about MOOCs—albeit a less sensational one. The MOOC Research Initiative, backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, had given many of those academics research grants to study what was going on in the online courses. Now the organization has posted preliminary findings from some of those research projects. The findings have not yet been peer-reviewed and should not be generalized, but they do represent some of the most rigorous analysis to date on MOOCs. 1. Researchers at Columbia University’s Teachers College asked students to rate their reasons for registering for “Big Data in Education,” a MOOC the university offered through Coursera. 2. Carol S. But when Mr. 3. The incentive worked.

Video and Online Learning: Critical Reflections and Findings from the Field by Anna Hansch, Lisa Hillers, Katherine McConachie, Christopher Newman, Thomas Schildhauer, Philipp Schmidt Video is an essential component of most Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other forms of online learning. This exploratory study examines video as an instructional medium and investigates the following research questions:• How is video designed, produced, and used in online learning contexts, specifically with regard to pedagogy and cost?• What are the benefits and limitations of standardizing the video production process? This report presents an overview of current video practice: the widespread use of video and its costs, the relevance of production value for learning, the pedagogical considerations of teaching online, and the challenges of standardizing production. Findings are based on a literature review, our observation of online courses, and the results of 12 semi-structured interviews with practitioners in the field of educational video production.

Challenges and Changes of MOOC to Traditional Classroom Teaching Mode | YU | Canadian Social Science Challenges and Changes of MOOC to Traditional Classroom Teaching Mode Chengjie YU Abstract MOOC, namely massive open online courses, called as Mu Ke in China, is a new teaching model whose emergence is a great challenge to the traditional classroom teaching mode. MOOC has many advantages which the traditional teaching mode does not have, but it also has many shortcomings and problems. Keywords MOOC; Traditional classroom teaching; Blended teaching; Flipped classroom; SPOC References Fisher. Fox, A. (2012). Hao, D. (2013). Lao, S. Su. DOI: Refbacks There are currently no refbacks. Reminder How to do online submission to another Journal? If you have already registered in Journal A, then how can you submit another article to Journal B? 1. Find the journal you want to submit to in CATEGORIES, click on “VIEW JOURNAL”, “Online Submissions”, “GO TO LOGIN” and “Edit My Profile”. 2. Go to “User Home”, and click on “Author” under the name of Journal B.

The MOOCs: Characteristics, Benefits, and Challenges to Both Industry and Higher Education: Education Book Chapter Abstract In this chapter, the authors present the rapid rise of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) derived from a yearning to create and make widely available materials and conditions for participatory learning and creative space dedicated to the open education. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were developed to provide open, meaning unrestricted, online courses without higher education cost constraints to students. Background In recent years the topic of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has caused the world of academia to review educational delivery strategies through scholarly discourse (Ebben, 2014). Key Terms in this Chapter Udemy: Allows anyone to create and offer a course, whether free or for a fee. MOOCs: Massive, Open, Online Courses are developed and provided through Internet or web access to potentially thousands of students at one time. Data Mining: The selling of college student information and their academic performance to potential employers.

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