MOOCs: What we have learned, emerging themes and what next

Senate House, University of London.  Tuesday 28 January 2014.

MOOC conference (Sir Adrian Smith)This one-day event took a critical look at how online and open access learning has evolved during the past year, with particular consideration of the development of MOOCs in both the US, India and Europe. This ‘report card’ examined the ways MOOCs are being integrated into university degrees and their emergent impact on mainstream pedagogies as well as models of delivery. Data and analysis on MOOCs experimentation was presented and discussed. 

The 130 delegates included senior managers and policy makers in higher education, as well as other stakeholders and innovators in both the public and private sectors.

The event is was collaboration between the University of London International Programmes, the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education’s international team and the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education.


Event Programme

MOOCs 28 January 2014 programme (27 Jan 14)

Presentation Videos

Presentations from the day and interviews with attendees can be viewed below (click on ‘playlist’ to view the full list).  More will be added as they are available:

Other resources

Contact cde@london.ac.uk for more details.

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