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From MOOC to GOAL
Siemsen, Sabine

PublishedJuly 2016
ConferenceLTEC 2016: Learning Technology for Education in Cloud – The Changing Face of Education
SeriesCommunications in Computer and Information Science
Edition 1, Volume 620, Pages 150-161
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
EditorsUden, Lorna · Liberona, Dario · Feldmann, Birgit
CountryGermany, Europe

ABSTRACT
Higher Education tries to meet the call for openness and internationalization, moving (parts of) its learning-environments from brick and mortar universities to virtual learning environments. This implies a different and higher heterogeneity and requires an awareness and consideration of underlying and often unconscious cultural differences in understandings of learning and knowledge. “Throughputs” (like interaction, communication and interrelations) become more important than inputs (expert-knowledge) and outputs (skills and competences) and require theories, approaches, and concepts that go beyond mere technological solutions to make throughputs visible and to enable enhanced processes of learning.

Keywords academic learning · competence · GOAL · heterogeneity · knowledge-generation · learning-process · networked learning · new learning-culture · online- and e-learning · ubiquitous learning

Published atHagen
ISBN978-3-319-42147-6
ISSN1865-0937
RefereedYes
Rights© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-42147-6_13
URLhttps://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-42147-6_13
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