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Learning from EDCMOOC

Presentation at the University of Southampton on 24 April 2013
by Christine Sinclair on 18 June 2013

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Transcript of Learning from EDCMOOC

The institution's reasons
The team's reasons
Exploration of space
Teaching at scale
Research and scholarship
Already experienced in digital spaces
Reputation - early adopter of educational technology
Exploration of a new pedagogical space to inform practice
Wish to reach as widely as we can with our courses
Sharing experiences with peer universities
Fun!

Professor Jeff Hayward, Vice Principal
MOOC:
Why do it?
What have we learned?
Christine Sinclair
University of Edinburgh

Lecturer (and former student) on
MSc in Digital Education
EDC MOOC Week 1 Hangout
Ary's sliderocket explains pre-course activities - entirely organised by prospective students
"How EDCMOOC became a cMOOC before it even began"
Ary Aranguiz, student
Image: Cikgu Brian
http://tinyurl.com/bhcgwzh
Google hangout
Who were our students?
Why would you want to?
Why would you want to?
What have we learned?
Being a Coursera Partner

Commitment over a set period, e.g. three years
Legal implications, complex contracts
Negotiations at a very senior level
High quality video recordings expected
Quality assurance commitment
Staffing - instructors and teaching assistants
c42,000 enrolled users
c5,000 active by week 4
60% female; 40% male
36% aged 25-34 years
60% employed in education
61% have a PG degree
http://padlet.com/wall/edcmooc_artefact
http://onlineteachingmanifesto.wordpress.com/about/
over 18,000 tweets
4,820 in student Facebook group
915 blogs pulled into EDCMOOC News
http://edcmoocteam.wordpress.com/
http://edcmooc.education.ed.ac.uk/wp/
#edcmooc
Using the Coursera Platform
When teaching at scale…

be flexible, but stick to your course design
be clear about what's (not) on offer
…and what's (not) expected from students
making connections will be different
teacher presence is different
peer feedback and assessment need practice
platform providers need to know about barriers
there will be many contradictory views
http://www.spicynodes.org/a/3ba25489b6413ed5d2d98de87edf64ee
Amy Burvall's annotated video 'Digital Life'
http://pinterest.com/ruthwww/humans-nature-technology-coursera-edcmooc/
Sheila MacNeill's spicy nodes and blog posts
Ruth Wilson's combination of Pinterest and SoundCloud
http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/101035/Edmooc-Digital-Artifact#vars!date=2013-01-28_13:15:06!
Ess Garland's EDCMOOC timeline in Tiki-Toki
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from E-learning and Digital Cultures (EDCMOOC)
Being a Coursera Partner

Commitment over a set period, e.g. three years
Legal implications, complex contracts
Negotiations at a very senior level
High quality video recordings expected
Quality assurance commitment
Staffing - instructors and teaching assistants
'Where are the videos?'
Team from MSc in Digital Education
Image: James Cridland, Flickr
Readings for Week 4
http://edc13.education.ed.ac.uk/
Can be viewed at
E-learning and digital cultures
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