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How to MOOC? – A pedagogical guideline for practitioners

Posted on 30 Jul 2014 with 0 comments
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are a trending phenomenon in online education. Neither distance education nor online courses are new, but especially in the field of technology enhanced learning, MOOCs have been gathering enormous attention by the public. This research study strongly concentrates on developing a checklist for practitioners who would like to do an xMOOC in the future by examining different xMOOCs and reflecting first experiences gathered through daily work on MOOCs.  It can be concluded that doing a Massive Open Online Course is much more challenging as maybe expected at first sight. Nevertheless the proposed checklist will help to overcome first barriers and  provide solid steps towards one’s first online course.


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