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ALT MOOC SIG

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Transcript of ALT MOOC SIG

ALT MOOC SIG

How the SIG will operate
We want to bring the expertise of ALT together as a 'MOOC memory' for the education sectors it represents
How?
#altmoocsig
http://altmoocsig.learningtechnologist.co.uk/
ALTc 2013
ALT MOOC SIG LAUNCH
Fiona Harvey


University of Southampton
Dr Mira Vogel
University College London
Dr Steve Ryan
Committee members:
David Smith
Charles Sturt University (Australia)
Helen Whitehead
University of Nottingham
Steve Bell
Leeds University Business School
Adam Warren
University of Southampton
Mark Morley, Sheffield University
Graham R Gibbs
University of Huddersfield
James Little
University of Leeds
Sean McCready
Newcastle College Group
Stephen Wileman
South Staffordshire College
Collectively organise research publications at
https://www.zotero.org/groups/alt_mooc_sig
http://www.scoop.it/u/alt-mooc-sig
Example activities - research & practice:
Blog / Community Site
Is there something we have missed out? How would you like to get involved?







The main remit of the SIG is to enable people whose work relates to MOOCs to compare notes and share experiences.
A subsidiary remit of the SIG is to provide a broader forum for the discussion of MOOC-related issues, including issues like:
quality assurance and enhancement; the impact of MOOCs on teaching and learning, and on strategic developments in campus-based institutions.



The SIG is deliberately not seeking to define what is (or is not) a MOOC but rather will encourage participants to share notes and compare experiences across a wide range of “MOOC like" activities. Doing work relating to MOOCs is taken to include, but is not restricted to:
teaching in a MOOC;
authenticating MOOCs in the business and education communities;
working on content or assessments for use in MOOCs, and their overall design;
developing or maintaining platforms for MOOCs;
providing learner-support within MOOCs;
researching MOOCs and evaluating their impact;
setting policy that relates to MOOCs;
sharing good practice relating to MOOCs;
using MOOC-inspired pedagogy or techniques.


The remit is consistent with the ALT Strategy’s “vision” and “mission”.
The remit supports, in particular, aims 1, 2, 4, and 5 of the Strategy:
1 - ‘be an authoritative voice on the place that learning technologists and learning technology have “at the heart of modern learning”’;
2 - ‘support member organisations to achieve their missions more efficiently and cost effectively’;
4 - ‘bring together those with shared problems across sectors, technologies, pedagogies, job
roles and countries to help to provide research-informed solutions’;
5 - ‘be an agile and transparent organisation, responding quickly and effectively to developments, and espousing open standards and processes’.

(The full ALT Strategy is at http://repository.alt.ac.uk/880/)

Proposal to set up an ALT Special Interest Group
The ALT MOOC SIG
Planned remit of the SIG
Explanatory notes about the remit
Questions or challenges - focus together on a subject at a set time ...
... which might feed into a Learning Technologist Handbook of practice guidance for MOOCs - eg as a Wikiversity Community Project...
... and other resources eg Zotero group library
Satire? Fiction? Comic strip? Haikus? Jokes?
Webinars - who would we like to hear from?
Evaluation framework
Research agenda
Blogging - filter blogging and analytical pieces.
Events - regular meetings online and in person. supporting
ALT activities - MOOC Conference in November

Sign up for the site
Join groups to express interest in specific areas
Provide Bio info to add to SIG list of expertise and affiliations
Contribute to blog and resources
Links / feeds from Zotero and Scoop.it

Considerations
As a sector which is newly competitive and now has trade secrets, what CAN'T we share and discuss?
How to surface other initiatives to sustain eg http://katyjordan.com/MOOCproject.html
Filter blogging - sense-making beyond bookmarking

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Questionnaire - snapshot of
SIG interests - please complete:
http://goo.gl/jpYUNZ
1. Form groups.

2. From the list (Seb's original call) spend a couple of minutes deciding what you want to talk about.

Then discuss - use the following prompts if helpful.

What is the potential here?
How do you see this evolving?
What could go wrong here?
What could you do now as part of this SIG to advance this interest?

3. Feedback - topic of interest and comments


Doing work relating to MOOCs is taken to include, but is not restricted to:

1. teaching in a MOOC;

2. authenticating MOOCs in the business and education communities;

3. working on content or assessments for use in MOOCs, and their overall design;

4. developing or maintaining platforms for MOOCs;
5. providing learner-support within MOOCs;

6. researching MOOCs and evaluating their impact;
7. setting policy that relates to MOOCs;

8. sharing good practice relating to MOOCs;

9. using MOOC-inspired pedagogy or techniques.

Brief outline of how the planned remit supports the ALT Strategy

Activity
https://groups.diigo.com/group/alt-mooc-sig
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