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Tutorial All you need to know about MOOCs

Hanneke Duisterwinkel (TU/e) Patrick Jermann (EPFL) Dr. Stefanie Rohrer, Hans Pongratz (TUM)

Agenda
09:20 - 10:00 MOOC 101 (S. Rohrer & H. Pongratz)
10:00 - 10:30 Guidelines on MOOCs: A pedagogical view (H. Duisterwinkel) 10:30 - 11:00 Break

11:00 - 11:30 Video Production: Dos & Don'ts (P. Jermann)


starting 11:45 Visit EPFL MOOC factory, Rolex Learning Center

All you need to know about MOOCs


MOOC 101
EMOOCs 2014 Tutorial 10. 2. 2014, Lausanne Dr. Stefanie Rohrer & Hans Pongratz
rohrer@zv.tum.de pongratz@tum.de

Source: http://visual.ly/rise-moocs

Types of MOOCs
cMOOC
Connectivism Network-based Stephen Downes and George Siemens: Connectivism and Connective Knowledge (CCK08).
What is a MOOC?" (Dave Cormier, 2010)

What is a MOOC?" (von Dave Cormier, 2010)

xMOOC Extension Content based Coursera, edX, Udacity,


http://spectrum.ieee.org/image/1903534

The connected age


Key aspects of the digitalization Connecting Learning Working Collaborating

Changing course of HE Web based learning Hybrid / Blended Learning Hierachical learning vs. Peer-to-peer learning
Taken from David Theo Goldberg (UCHR)

Evolution of teaching and learning


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Visions of MOOCs
Outreach - Increasing the number of (international) students Discover new forms of learning and teaching (Thriving for excellence) Improve on-campus and online education & learning experience Generate data for research in education (learning analytics)

Gain institutional experience and create new teaching models, e.g. classroom+mooc = SPOC (small private online class) or flipped classrooms
International networking By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world. (US-President Obama, National Education Technology Plan)

Gartner Hype Cycle


2013?

Source: http://lesschmidt.net/moocs-near-the-peak-of-inflated-expectations/

Google search trends on MOOC


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Google search trends on MOOC


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Google search trends on MOOC


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Evolution of MOOC Platforms

Source: http://www.deltainitiative.com/bloggers/is-higher-education-ready-for-rapid-evolution-of-xmoocs

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MOOC Platforms
108 partners ~ 6.4 Mio. participants 609 courses

https://www.edx.org/

31 partner ~ 3.4 Mio. participants 134 courses


https://www.coursera.org/

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More MOOC Platforms

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Business Models
No standard model to generate revenue yet; lots of different models are tested.
Samples fr revenue opportunities: Tuition Fees, Certification, secure Assessments add-ons to pay for like Textbooks, Tutoring or manual Grading Third party content licensing Sponsoring Advertisement University or Employee screening & data mining

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MOOC Navigators

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Use Cases for MOOCs in HE


Blended learning / flipped classroom Preparatory courses Continuing education Part-time degree programs Basic teaching Textbook of the future Visibility

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Live Demo - MOOC Examples


edX EPFLx: BIO465x Neuronal Dynamics
(https://courses.edx.org/courses/EPFLx/BIO465x/2013_OND)

Coursera TUM: Computer Vision


(https://www.coursera.org/course/compvision)

Challenges
Data Protection Audience(s) Business Model & Contracts Sustainability & Lock-in effect Local platform vs. MOOC-platform provider Support of lecturers Credentialing, Accreditation,

Great: We are talking about applying and adapting new technologies and services to enhance teaching!

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SWOT Analysis to MOOC or not to MOOC


Dennen and Chauhan (2013) Shall we MOOC? A SWOT Analysis at the Program Level. MOOCs Forum (1) 17-21.

Critical factors
Reputation Resources (human, technological, financial)

Key issues
Motiviation Faculty effort Available ressources
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Checklist for Institutions


Context
Why offer MOOCs? How do MOOCs fit into the institutions (elearning) strategy? Business Model?

Content
What topics and what types of content are going to be offered? How will the content be delivered (tool, technology)? Copyrights & IP

Resources
Technical (e.g., videography, editing, graphic design, platform) Instructional (e.g., instructional design, teaching assistant support) Library (e.g., resource discovery, copy clearance)
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MOOCs@TUM
TUM established non-exclusive partnerships with Coursera and edX TUM has earmarked EUR 250,000 for the production and hosting of five top-quality MOOCs Quality management board: SVPs Academic Affairs and Students, Diversity and Talent Management, and Chief Information Officer Central coordination of MOOCs @ TUM Conception and implementation: technical & didactic support Strategic partnerships, e.g. EuroTech and TU9 MOOC studios to facilitate production

www.tum.de/moocs
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TUM-MOOCs
Einfhrung in Computer Vision Prof. Martin Kleinsteuber (EI) Start January 13th 2014 Coursera, German Grundlagenkurs Unfallchirurgie / Basic course trauma surgery Prof. Peter Biberthaler (ME) Beginn Summer 2014 Coursera, German & English Captions Visual Navigation for Flying Robots Dr. Sturm & Prof. Cremers (IN)

Beginn Summer 2014 edX, English


Computer Vision advanced level
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Further Material / Reading


Beyond MOOCs: Is IT Creating a New, Connected Age? EDUCAUSE Sprint 2013
http://www.educause.edu/events/educause-sprint-2013

Shall we MOOC? A SWOT Analysis at the Program Level, Dennen and Chauhan
http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/mooc.2013.0008

MOOCs at Edinburgh 2013, University of Edinburgh


http://www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/bitstream/1842/6683/1/Edinburgh%20MOOCs%20Report%202013%20%231.pdf

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MOOCs are important for institutions to learn about online pedagogy Everything evolves so will MOOCs

MOOCs: Supply & Demand

Having a Rerun Plan is Better than Being Perfect

MOOCs as disruptive technology?

Clicks instead of bricks?

Ship it first, fix it later experimental process Its not a flash in the pan!

Better be an actor than a spectator


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