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Learning from open design: Running a learning design MOOC
McAndrew, Patrick

PublishedMay 2013
JournaleLearning Papers
Volume 33, Issue May 2013, Pages 1-4
Publisherelearningeuropa.info
EditorsKoskinen, Tapio and Mor, Yishay
CountrySpain

ABSTRACT
Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) give an opportunity for providing access to subjects of mass interest but also allow more niche subjects (Beavon, Commas- Quinn, de los Arcos & Hauck, 2013) to reach a larger audience than the more usual context of small-scale post-graduate courses.

The OLDS-MOOC (Open Learning Design Studio-MOOC) is an example of such a course. Developed with funding from Jisc, in January 2013 a collaborative team from several universities presented a nine-week online course. The subject matter is learning design as an organised approach to online learning. This report considers the way in which the course was structured around as a project-based “pMOOC” in its approach to learning design, while also including alternative lighter routes. The impact it had on the team involved in developing and presenting the course is also briefly reviewed.

Keywords learning design · OER · Open University

Published atBarcelona
Languageen
ISSN1887-1542
RefereedNo
Rightsby-nc-nd/3.0
URLhttp://elearningeuropa.info/en/article/Learning-from-Open-Design%3A-Running-a-Learning-Design-MOOC?paper=124335
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