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2020 2020 IEEE Learning With MOOCS (LWMOOCS)  
of Latin America in MOOCs: Exploring Trends Across Providers 25 Marquez-Barja, Johann M.  ...  Learning 81 Jenner, Matt Participation of Latin America in MOOCs: Exploring Trends Across Providers 25 Jose, Jasmine The Search for the MOOC Credit Hour 124 Joyner, David A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lwmoocs50143.2020.9234331 fatcat:nek4g7kxdvcwrcz2vxjyn5b3gm

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2020 2020 IEEE Learning With MOOCS (LWMOOCS)  
of Latin America in MOOCs: Exploring Trends Across Providers 25-30 Designing Hybrid Learning Programs in Higher Education by Applying Education 4.0: The Innovation Challenge Bootcamp as Case Study  ...  Digital Transformation in Academic Society and Innovation Ecosystems in the World beyond Covid19-Pandemic 112-117 Educational Robotics for all gender, diversity, and inclusion in STEAM 19-24 Participation  ... 
doi:10.1109/lwmoocs50143.2020.9234340 fatcat:osp4fdyetfaytekriweqdi63tm

Delivering WASH education at scale: evidence from a global MOOC series

Fabian Suter, Christoph Lüthi
2021 Environment & Urbanization  
It has attracted mainly well-educated, employed learners, under 34 years old, from Asia, Latin America and Africa. Underrepresentation of female learners remains a challenge.  ...  Massive open online courses (MOOCs) can play a crucial role in addressing this.  ...  learning initiatives produced by universities in Asia, Latin America and Africa will reduce the capacity gap in the WASH sector.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0956247820987759 fatcat:b5svw7ldv5gk7pjdxqnohb3qeu

Exploring the Impact of Accessibility in Mooc and Oer: A Multivocal Literature Review

Paola Ingavélez-Guerra, Salvador Otón-Tortosa, António Teixeira, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Angel Pérez-Muñoz
2020 EDEN Conference Proceedings  
The results showed a lack of applicability and data that support the current situation in Latin America, however, the experiences of European projects and regulations that support their sustainability,  ...  This report presents a review of the accessibility models in Learning Resources and MOOCs with the aim of establishing common terms in the research of the EduTech project and other projects associated  ...  The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held  ... 
doi:10.38069/edenconf-2020-rw-0011 fatcat:hofga7tfojddvb5omw2xjydrcy

The Conference Power of MOOCs - time for a Polish platform
Konferencja Moc MOOC-ów - czas na polską platformę

Magdalena Kępińska-Jasny, Katarzyna Łyp-Wrońska
2015 e-mentor  
The OECD is a unique forum where the governments of 30 democracies work together to address the economic, social and environmental challenges of globalisation.  ...  The Organisation provides a setting where governments can compare policy experiences, seek answers to common problems, identify good practice and work to co-ordinate domestic and international policies  ...  Higher percentages of educators use the site in developing regions, such as East Asia, Latin America, eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.  ... 
doi:10.15219/em59.1169 fatcat:gnybm225ezbnzhuaiuqsg5jt7e

MOOCs: Hope and Hype in Viral Technologies and Policies

Maureen W. McClure
2014 Excellence in Higher Education  
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have emerged in the last couple of years as Internet-based vehicles providinglow cost global access to quality education.  ...  MOOC interest is growing in many countries, openingnew opportunities for international education partnerships.  ...  In addition, many countries in South and Southeast Asia, as well as in Latin America and Southern Africa, have already made major investments in distance and online education and can build on that expertise  ... 
doi:10.5195/ehe.2013.83 fatcat:vwu3lm5evvcyxpecczshejmamu

Enter the Anti-MOOCs: The Reinvention of Online Learning as a Form of Social Commentary

Larry Johnson, Samantha Adams Becker
2014 Internet Learning  
The essence of the original MOOC concept was a web course that people could take from anywhere across the world, with potentially thousands of participants.  ...  The Year of the MOOC go.nmc. org/moo (Laura Pappano, The New York Times, 2 November 2012.) Over the past year, MOOC development has become a major trend.  ...  As the project's founder, Johnson works with visionaries and thought leaders from across the globe to define new ways of thinking about technology, and explore emerging trends and issues.  ... 
doi:10.18278/il.3.2.1 fatcat:ejvg6rzhhnffrmbt6nboloevgm

A MOOC approach for training researchers in developing countries

Ravi Murugesan, Andy Nobes, Joanna Wild
2017 Open Praxis  
We report on an online course in research writing offered in a massive open online course (MOOC) format for developing country researchers.  ...  Our MOOC approach may be a useful model for continuing professional development training in the developing world.  ...  in these courses.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.9.1.476 fatcat:hwbmeczgsvesdjfvft2ea6xak4

Improvement on Social Representation of Climate Change through a Knowledge-Based MOOC in Spanish

Enzo Ferrari, Anne-Marie Ballegeer, Miguel Angel Fuertes, Pablo Herrero, Laura Delgado, Diego Corrochano, Santiago Andrés-Sánchez, Kylyan Marc Bisquert, Antonio Garcia-Vinuesa, Pablo Meira, Fernando Martinez, Camilo Ruiz
2019 Sustainability  
Using a validated questionnaire, we investigated the knowledge dimension of the Social Representation of Climate Change in a group of students of a MOOC on Climate Change.  ...  A detailed analysis showed different degrees of improvement for different groups, providing new insights in the efficiency of knowledge-based online courses.  ...  Based on the data of the country of origin of the participants, we divided the group into two subgroups: (1) participants from Spain; and (2) participants from Latin America.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11226317 fatcat:r6ttsb7sujcedlxiw2obqhna2m

The MOOC Market: Prospects for Russia
Рынок массовых открытых онлайн-курсов: перспективы для России

Tatiana Semenova, Kseniya Vilkova, Irina Shcheglova
2018 Educational Studies Moscow  
As massive open online courses (MOOC) rapidly invaded the education services market at the beginning of the 21st century, a new trend emerged in global education.  ...  This article mainly seeks to describe the MOOC market and behavioral patterns of MOOC providers in the international and national online education markets as well as to classify MOOC players based on open  ...  National online platforms have emerged in a number of countries too: XuetangX in China, Miri-adaX in Latin America, France Université Numérique (FUN) in France, EduOpen in Italy, SWAYAM in India, the National  ... 
doi:10.17323/1814-9545-2018-2-173-197 fatcat:q35fcfq7pfhshnjje6vw5xu5za

An Analysis of Participants' Experiences from the First International MOOC Offered at the University of Oslo

Ammar Bahadur Singh, Anders I. Mørch
2018 Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy  
This paper explores pedagogical practices and participants' engagement in learning activities during the first international Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered by the University of Oslo through  ...  In addition, the data indicated that, overall, the learners had a positive experience of learning by participating in the MOOC.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Jesper Havrevold, USIT, University of Oslo, for providing the authors with quantitative data and giving the first author access as participant observer in the  ... 
doi:10.18261/issn.1891-943x-2018-01-04 fatcat:fkh74ldb3jgvtmcctu2lu2p4by

Chinese Film Studies Online: Technological Innovations, Pedagogical Challenges, and Teaching Chinese-Language Cinema in the Digital Age

Gina Marchetti
2021 Journal of Chinese Film Studies  
Using the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and University of Hong Kong Common Core campus-based course, Hong Kong Cinema through a Global Lens, as my principal case study, I explore some of the ways in  ...  From surveying the types of material available for research to exploring the differences between MOOCs and flipped classrooms, this essay considers the positive implications and potential drawbacks of  ...  Acknowledgements: The author's thanks go to the organizers of the Chinese Cinema and Chinese Film Studies from Global Perspectives Forum, Institute of Chinese Cinema Studies at the Beijing Film Academy  ... 
doi:10.1515/jcfs-2021-0007 fatcat:b75fdlnmwbcdvh3l4r7h5g2ffu

New Publications and Department News

Philip Altbach
2016 International Higher Education  
Rumbley played active roles in the First International Symposium of the Higher Education Forum on Africa, Asia and Latin America (HEFAALA), hosted by the International Network for Higher Education in Africa  ...  He continues his work with the Russian government's 5-100 excellence commission, and will participate in a meeting in Kazan, Russia in October.  ...  should soon result in a Spanish-and Portuguese-language publication focused on Number 87: Fall 2016 higher education trends and issues in Latin America.  ... 
doi:10.6017/ihe.2016.87.9513 fatcat:e3bpslcrxvexle6dszvyhqufoa

Do tutors make a difference in online learning? A comparative study in two Open Online Courses

Richard Frederick Heller, Edward Chilolo, Jonny Elliott, Brian Johnson, David Lipman, Victoria Ononeze, Justin Richards
2019 Open Praxis  
In light of little discernible difference in outcome between self-paced learning compared with courses including tutor-led discussions, the utility of the time cost to tutors is in question.  ...  The findings may be relevant to others designing online courses, including MOOCs.  ...  There was a trend towards higher quiz scores among younger participants in both versions of the exercise course.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.11.3.960 fatcat:k744nmev55gyzdhgm5qlyzyjgq

Massive Open Online Courses as a Digital Learning Strategy of Education for Sustainable Development

Marcela G. Gomez Zermeño
2020 Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems  
Future works are recommended to explore the potentials of big data to anticipate the needs of the participants' digital skills.  ...  The results also show that a better understanding of the network dynamics to explore how to develop a robust peer-learning environment is necessary.  ...  The majority of participants, 95%, were from Mexico and the 5% remaining were from 37 different countries, most of them from Latin America.  ... 
doi:10.13044/j.sdewes.d7.0311 fatcat:jdusb52ay5bz3bea4j6eybmtty
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