Thursday, June 30
11:35-11:55 AM
CEST
Grand Ballroom AB

Implementing MOOCs: Promise, Prospects and Lessons

Best Practices Session ID: 48714
  1. Lyudmila Smirnova
    Mount Saint Mary College
  2. Michael Edelstein
    Ramapo College of NJ
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    Nellie Deutsch
    University of Phoenix

Abstract: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) challenge the conventional university model of learning. This paper contrasts MOOCs offered in several contexts, illustrating both the potential and problems encountered. The 2014 Healthy and Sustainable Living MOOC ran on the Moodle and WizIQ platforms. Successful as a rich content program, the MOOC evidenced marketing and connectivity problems. Offered annually since 2013, Moodle for Teachers MOOCs fared better. The benefit of employing MOOCs, the design, implementation and lessons learned will be discussed.

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