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Towards the development of a didactic approach using MOOCs in traditional classrooms to support teaching in higher education in Morocco
Lakrami, Fatima · Labouidya, Ouidad · Elkamoun, Najib

PublishedMarch 2019
JournaliJIST The International Journal of Information Science & Technology
Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 19-28
CountryMorocco, Africa

ABSTRACT
The introduction of the concept of e-learning or information and communication technologies in education has become unavoidable. Whatever the type of education provided (face-to-face or distance), the ICT, are now applied in different pedagogical situations at the university and have become likely to have an impact on the educational system. MOOC, a new form of ICT for learning, is an open access online course that has many inherent advantages over the standard educational pedagogy.

This paper proposes to study the effectiveness of two methods of integrating MOOC in higher education system through two practical experiments that were conducted with two different subject and targeted publics. Results obtained shows that the both form of integrating MOOC, improves learning results, and have an influence on academic success of students; they made it possible to define the conditions for the successful integration of such a learning system, and to build an idea on its effectiveness, in the context of higher education in Morocco.

Keywords higher education · IMMS · Instructional Materials Motivation Survey · MOOC · MOOC pedagogy · OER research · SPOC · TAM · technology acceptance model · university curriculum integration

ISSN2550-5114
RefereedYes
RightsAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
URLhttps://www.innove.org/ijist/index.php/ijist/article/view/105
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