oncampus, MOOCs are developing | E-Learn Magazine

Source: oncampus, MOOCs are developing | E-Learn Magazine By: Laura Orozco Castrillon Lübeck, Germany. Since their first appearance, Massive Online Open Courses have helped to make education available to everyone; nevertheless, these are still the early days for MOOCs, in terms of developing their maximum potential. Andreas Wittke, an expert on this subject and Chief…

French Friday : Bonne nouvelle ! / Good news! | Moodle News

Source: French Friday : Bonne nouvelle ! / Good news! | Moodle News Bonne nouvelle le MOOC gratuit Moodle Mobile recommence le 1er novembre ! Un MOOC pour apprendre et comprendre l’utilisation de l’application mobile Moodle. L’idée est de proposer une expérience concrète pour les enseignants qui repose entièrement sur l’utilisation mobile de Moodle ! C’est…

What Is Wrong With MOOCs? Key Issues To Consider Before Launching Your First MOOC

From eLearning Industry by Marisa Keramida (M.Ed.) URL: http://elearningindustry.com/what-is-wrong-with-moocs-key-issues-to-consider-before-launching-your-first-mooc Despite the extensive critique they have received since they first appeared back in 2008, without any doubt, MOOCs consist today the latest trend in online learning. As MOOC initials stand for Massive Open Online Courses, by definition, they raise some key issues for which eLearning professionals who want to…

The State of the MOOC

From eLearning Chef URL: http://elearningchef.com/the-state-of-the-mooc/ So after a couple of years since MOOCs become a recognized eLearning strategy (and for the sake of our readers, I’ll suppose you know what generally defines a MOOC), where do they stand? Still the possible future of education? Still a developing concept? Or perhaps a failed experiment? I’ll stand in…

How Adaptive Learning Technology Can Help Transform U.S. STEM Education

From Edudemic by Nishikant Sonwalkar on April 22, 2015 URL: http://www.edudemic.com/adaptive-learning-technology-can-help-transform-u-s-stem-education/ This article was co-written by Dr. Nishikant Sonwalkar and Ben Owens Many of today’s classrooms look very much like they did 100 years ago: rows of desks, students passively listening to lecture-based instruction, and a one-size-fits all method of instruction. These classrooms look nothing like the…