CDE seminar: Practical considerations of running a MOOC

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Practical considerations of running a MOOC

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CourseraLast year the University of London International Programmes launched four MOOCs on the Coursera platform and the report on their implementation was published in November. Since then, members of the teams who delivered these MOOCS have been asked many questions about their experiences so the CDE arranged a seminar to provide more information on the practicalities of how you actually set up and run such a course.  

Issues discussed included:

  • Metrics for impact of student activity upon learning
  • Monitoring the interactivity
  • Integration of resources
  • Limitations of Tools
  • Disparities in goals
  • Connectivism Vs Non-Connectivism

PRESENTATIONS: AUDIO AND SLIDES

Patricia McKellar (Associate Director), University of London Undergraduate Laws Programme: English Common Law: Structures and Principles

Pat Lockley (Learning Systems Developer), University of London Undergraduate Laws Programme: English Common Law: Structures and Principles

Links for the English Common Law MOOC resources

Dr Matthew Yee-King (Research Fellow), Goldsmiths College: Creative Programming for Digital Media and Mobile Apps

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