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Revisiting our ‘MOOCs and Open Education Timeline’

Stephen Powell hat 2012 die laufenden MOOC-Entwicklungen in eine Timeline gepackt und diese kürzlich aktualisiert (s. unten). Dazu gibt er uns vier Trends mit auf den Weg:

“1. Most MOOC content is not openly licensed so it cannot be reused in different contexts. However, there is a trend for MOOC to be made available ‘on demand’ after the course has finished, …
2. New pedagogical experiments in online distance learning can be identified although it is likely that they will evolve to more closely resemble regular online courses with flexible learning pathways. …
3. The disruptive effect of MOOCs will be felt most significantly in the development of new forms of provision that go beyond the traditional HE market such as professional and corporate training that appeals to employers. …
4. The development of online courses is an evolving model with the market re-working itself to offer a broader range of solutions to deliver services at a range of price levels to a range of student types.” 

Stephen Powell, Thoughts mostly about learning, 24. Juni 2015

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