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November 2015

UNESCO IITE | Digital Pedagogy and Learning Materials | Open Educational Resources

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), recognized as one of 30 the most promising trends in education until 2028 among, opened up new possibilities in the field of distance education.

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Kadenze Launches New LMS, Kannu

Kannu, which powers Kadenze, is an LMS created by educators, for educators to simplify classroom management.

How Udemy Is Profiting From Piracy

I watched a little drama unfold over the last few days involving Troy Hunt…

Online courses: Many log in, then most log out

Krishna V (name changed), a fourth year student at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, enrolled on a course on machine-learning through Coursera, a platform for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). He did not complete the course,

How to Make MOOCs ‘Massively’ Effective

In the past few months, as we grapple with making our MOOCs engaging and effective, our team came up with a framework called ‘The 7 Modern C’s of Engaging Learners in Online Courses.’

Types of MOOC learners

MOOC was started with the aim of making “learning” open to all via a digital platform. There are quite a few studies which are conducted to know the demography of learners who enroll for MOOC.

The professional development advantages of MOOCs : DelCor

MOOCs—massive open online courses—aren’t in the news as much as they were a few years ago when popular MOOCs like Coursera and EdX first arrived on the scene. However, MOOCs are growing. In 2014, 400 universities offered more than 2,400 courses to 17 million students around the world.

 

In 2013, the majority of EdX students were male and based outside the US, according to a research team from Harvard and MIT, the co-founders of EdX. The average student was 29 years old and held a bachelor’s degree. However, researchers also found that the number of older, female, and US-based students is rising.

Nottingham’s Massive Open Online Courses » Designing E-Learning for Health MOOC Launches on 15 February

University of Nottingham’s Health E-Learning and Media Team (HELM) have drawn on their extensive research and expertise in health e-learning to develop a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) hosted on the UK’s multi-institutional FutureLearn platform.

Call for teachers: the Space Awareness MOOC | UNAWE

Enthusiastic teachers are invited to use their creativity and imagination to design space-related activities for students between 8 and 18 years old, in collaboration with experts of the Space Awareness project. The activities will be used in the Space Awareness MOOC (massive open online course) series.

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