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MOOC

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Corina Ciechanow

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Transcript of MOOC

The new learning style
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
Disruptive Innovation
New dimension on distant learning:
Scales up!
University level content
Quicker pace & interaction through Forums
Almost no cost
democratizes education
facilitates flipped learning, blended learning,
interaction analysis
transfer in other domains like marketing
shakes traditional players
changes our value of knowledge
How it works
Short Video lectures + Written material
Forums to exchange Q&A, to create Communities
Quizzes and Assignments at a certain pace (1, 2 weeks)
Computer evaluated on multiple choice
Crowdsourcing or Peer-evaluation for open questions

NEW: Specialization: paths w/certificates
Use of crowdsourcing proctors for ID verification

Business Model
Usually MOOCs are free for the student
--> changing to charge 25-50$ per course
--> charges for certification

The sites may receive donations (as Khan Academy)
and gather information (for use or sell)
--> on all students (database of users)
--> on good students (best candidates to employ)
--> on students behavior...

History
2012:
Coursera

+1 Million users after 4 months, 5.5M by end 2013
70.000 students/week
courses from 100 universities and institutions
Examples
Main MOOC sites:







Video tutorials:



To create a course:


MOOC
Massive
2011, Udacity: Stanford Artificial Intelligence course,
by Sebastian Thrun & Peter Norvig
160.000 registered - 190 countries
23.000 completed the course
“Peter and I taught more students AI than
all AI professors in the world combined”




2011,edX : MIT Circuits and electronics course,
by Anant Agarwal
Open
Registration is open to anyone around the world
... or that is the intention.
Online
The course is taken completely online
--> emulating 1:1 tutoring
--> using gaming techniques of constant assessment, giving you the time you need to reach next level



Course
There are courses on many subjects and different levels, from secondary school to college courses, but also for personal and professional needs. Only a few offer verified certifications or credits.

There are also a lot of short videos for training on technological issues (basic mathematics, science,..), and on different tools ('How to..')
2012:
Udacity

refocusing on courses that help prepare people for jobs in the technology industry
2006:
Khan Academy
, not for profit.
K12 oriented, some university courses
2012:
edX
, not for profit
2Million users
courses from 29 universities and institutions
concentrating on open source platforms
PWI - 18 March 2014
technology@pwi.be
http://bitsOfKnowledge.waterloohills.com

by Corina Ciechanow
coursera
lynda
.com
Grovo
2009:
HarvardX
,
MITx
and other one-university initiatives
1. Define MOOC
2. How it Works
3. History --> Main players
4. Disruptive Innovation
5. Business Model
6. Examples
7. To conclude
Agenda
continuous learning
learn-as-you-need
insight for next gen education
Great Marketing tool!
STEM made easy
Value of Knowledge?
The Best .. and the others?
Some thoughts to conclude:
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