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MOOCS

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Stephen Tippett

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of MOOCS

History Lesson

Leveraging
MOOCS & OER
(Massive Open Online Courses &
Open Educational Resources)

Technology and Education
Educational Infrastructure
MOOCS
Fremium & Web-Based Software
MIT OpenCourseWare
iTunes U
Institutions
Companies
Educators
Other Models
Coursera
Udacity
EdX
Production
Consumption
Social Networks
Badges
Financial Justifications
Pedagogical Justification
Infrastructure Support
Digital Native Educators
Pedagogical Motive
Administrative Pressure

For-Profit Models
Ed Tech Evangelists
Humanitarian Worldview


Over 1 Billion Downloads
Creative Commons
October 2002
OCW Consortium

Competency Based Credential
Open University
Western Governors University


Founded in Learning Sciences and theories like:
Cognitive Apprenticeships (Lave & Wenger, 1991)
Zone of Proximal Development (Vygotsky, 1978)
Recognizes Emerging Work in Participatory Culture
Henry Jenkins (2006)
Mizuko Ito (2010)
Mozilla Open Badge Infrastructure - http://openbadges.org
Hastac (pronounced 'hay-stack') - http://hastac.org

Founded in 2012 by Computer Science Professors from Stanford University
Free 'courses' but provide technology platforms & services
San Jose State

Founded by Stanford Professor (and Google Employee) Sebastian Thrun
Open' statistics course
Institutional Agreements:
Georgia Tech
Free 'courses' but provide technology platforms & services

Not-for-Profit Venture
MIT & Harvard

Creative Commons Licenses
Google Content Model
Wikipedia, Wikimedia, Wiki(ect...)
Multimedia
Mapping, Video, Collages, Animation, games, ect...
Social
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