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Identifying the Key Factors of the Success of MOOC Courses: Synthesis Research Based on the Roberts Model
Gholampour, Meysam · Rostami Nejad, Mohammad Ali · Pourshafei, Hadi

Translated titleبراساس مدل روبرتس شناساییعوامل کلیدی موفقیت دورههای MOOC: سنتزپژوهی
Published18 March 2020
JournalJournal of Curriculum Research
Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 139-162
CountryIran, Asia

ABSTRACT
The goal of present research is identifying the critical success factorsof MOOCs success and presenting a model for itr. The approach of present research is qualitative and its method is research synthesis. The research population is entire articles (374 articles), were presented on MOOCs on special platform from 2010 2018. The research sample consists of 47 Articles, these numbers are chosen by subject keeping, theoretical saturation of data. The research data have been collected from qualitative analysis of studied documents. Based on findings, critical success factors of MOOCs were classified in 5 dimensions, 15 factors and 46 categories. These dimensions includes: interaction dimension (diverse communication, discussion management, and communication features), collaboration dimension (motivation, diverse instruction, facilities, course features), management dimension(learning and content management), Standardization(accuracy and originality, support and design structure) and contextual dimension (social attitude, Skill and technology). The results showed that creating effective courses of mock should provide the ground for engagement and engagement of learners, design appropriate management systems; Attending existing standards to provide a positive attitude toward such training among educational institutions and communities.

ABSTRACT
هدف پژوهش حاضر، شناسایی عوامل کلیدی موفقیت موکها در آموزش و ارائه الگویجاری عواملمؤثر برموفقیت آنها میباشد. رویکرد پژوهش حاضر کیفی و روش آن سنتزپژوهی است. جامعه پژوهش کلیه مقالاتی هستند(374مقاله) که از سال 2010تا 2018در مورد موکها در پایگاههایتخصصیو علمیارائه شدهاند. نمونه پژوهش47مقاله است که این تعداد بر اساس پایش موضوعی، اشباع نظری دادهها و بهصورت هدفمند انتخاب شدهاند. دادههای پژوهش از تحلیل کیفی اسناد مورد مطالعه، گردآوری شدهاند. با تجزیهوتحلیل دادهها، عوامل کلیدی موفقیت دورههای آموزشی موک در 5بُعد، 15عامل و 46مقوله شامل بعد تعامل(ارتباطات متنوع، مدیریت بحث و ویژگی ارتباطات)؛ بعد مشارکت(انگیزش، آموزش متنوع، تسهیلات و ویژگی دوره)؛ بعد سیستم مدیریت(مدیریت یادگیری و مدیریت محتوا)، بعد استاندارپذیری(صحت و اصالت، پشتیبانی و طراحی ساختار) و بعدزمینهای (نگرش اجتماعی، مهارت و فناوری ،)طبقهبندی شدند. نتایج نشان داد برای ایجاد دورههای اثرگذار موک باید زمینه تعاملات و مشارکت فراگیران را مهیا ساخت،سیستمهای مدیریت مناسب را طراحی؛ به استانداردهایموجود توجه و زمینه نگرش مثبت به اینگونه آموزشها را در بین مؤسسات آموزشی و آحاد جامعه فراهم آورند.واژههایکلیدی: موک، عوامل موفقیت، سنتزپژوهی، الگوی روبرتس

Keywords MOOC · success factors · synthesis · Roberts Pattern

Published atBirjand
LanguagePersian
ISSN2251-6794
RefereedYes
DOI10.22099/jcr.2019.5234
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