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Why MOOCs help us in reading the future of Higher Education

Pourquoi les MOOCs nous aident à lire l'avenir de l'enseignement supérieur
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Susanna Sancassani

on 14 December 2016

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Transcript of Why MOOCs help us in reading the future of Higher Education

We’re proud to count 26 of the UK’s leading universities amongst our partners

ACCA is recognising a MOOC from Exeter University towards its professional qualification

MOOCs today

Source Class Central https://www.class-central.com/report/moocs-2015-stats/

The BBC is co-developing its first four courses with partner universities

We have also partnered with three world famous cultural institutions…

iversity aims to build the virtual dimension of the European Higher Education Area.

How MOOCs can help us in reading
the future of higher education

susanna sancassani -Politecnico di Milano
@susanna_metid
http://www.metid.polimi.it
http://www.scoop.it/t/moocs-4

Spain MiriadaX
France FUN
Germany iversity
Italy Polimi Open Knowledge
#big TLC company
#Latin America
#startup
#Ministery of Education
#virtual mobility
#university
#bridge the gaps

new actors in higher education
global students -different ages
students of pok.polimi.it
source : METID
New methodologies
the raise of the "prosumer" of knowledge
More than 35 million people have enrolled in online courses in the last four years,
16-18 millions enrollments in 2015 (doubled from 2014).
Coursera-edX-Udacity-Future learn
A
MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)
is a
learning path:

a.
COURSE

structured
, including:
- A syllabus and explicit learning objectives
- Materials and support activities for learning
- An evaluation system based on quizzes, exercises or projects
- A certification process

b.
ONLINE

available through an
online platform
c.
MASSIVE

designed and operated to
ensure the scalability
to a large audience

d.

OPEN
accessible to all
, no need of :
- Prerequisites binding participation
- Membership of a particular institution
- Fees for participation


Quality lines for MOOCs-CRUI
Bates (2014, Teaching in the Digital Age), cited in the report "MOOCs and Quality: A Review of Recent Literature" (Sarah Hayes, July 2015, QAA MOOCs Network)
The HE of the future has to be able to :
scale up dramatically
include new knowledge actors
actually integrate ICT and support the evolution of methodologies
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