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Comparing xMOOCs and cMOOCs: philosophy and practice

Plattformen, eingesetzte Tools, Medien der Informationsvermittlung, Kommunikation, Tests, Zertifikate: Tony Bates stellt die wichtigsten Bausteine von xMOOCs und cMOOCs vor und beschreibt die Unterschiede: “Thus for the proponents of cMMOOCs, learning results not from the transmission of information from an expert to novices, as in xMOOCs, but from sharing of knowledge between participants.“Treffend auch seine Beobachtung: “… much more has been written and spoken about the philosophy of cMOOCs, and much less about the implementation of that philosophy, presumably because cMOOCs proponents want to leave it open to practitioners to decide how best to put that philosophy into practice.”
Tony Bates, e-learning and distant education resources, 13. Oktober 2014

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