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MOOC Design Challenges

In a recently launched follow-on survey from the successful CDE funded ‘MOOC Design Patterns’ project (http://www.moocdesign.cde.london.ac.uk/), Steven Warburton and Yishay Mor ask what are the top five design challenges that are being faced in developing MOOCs. They comment: “Design patterns are only a good as the problems they are able to solve and we are conducting a quick survey to find … Continue reading

Full report available: InFocus Symposium on games, gamification and games-based learning

The theme of the 2015 In Focus symposium, held at Senate House on 6th March, was an intriguing one: Games, Gamification and Games Based Learning. It was hosted by co-chairs Steven Warburton, CDE Fellow and professor of technology enhanced learning at the University of Surrey and Alex Moseley (who also designed the symposium game), an … Continue reading

CDE report analyses distance education provision

Using the CDE report on principles of good practice in distance education, a further report by CDE Visiting Fellows Alan Tait, Roger Mills and David Baume provides a detailed analysis of a number of distance learning courses. Download the report here: Analysis of distance education provision (pdf, 948Kb)

CDE report on principles of good practice in distance education

This report by CDE Visiting Fellows Alan Tait, Roger Mills and David Baume provides a research-based framework of guidance on the design and operation of distance learning courses. The framework synthesises two large reviews of student learning. The report shows how the framework can be used to support the design, operation and quality assurance of distance learning courses, A separate … Continue reading

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