Monday, April 23, 2012


A MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. It is a gathering of participants, of people willing to jointly exchange knowledge and experiences for each of them to build upon. As such it is within the hands of the participants and organizers of a MOOC to change it to their needs. This allows them to use the information and to construct their own ideas or projects.

Table of Contents 

0. Home Intro to MOOC
1. History of MOOC's
2. Benefits and challenges of a MOOC
3. What to consider before rolling out a MOOC
4. Designing a MOOC using social media tools
5. Self regulated learning and coping with MOOC abundance
6. Facilitating a MOOC
7. How to make your MOOC mobile accessible
8. The First week
9. References

A MOOC is by itself a non-defined pedagogical format to organize learning/teaching/training on a specific topic in a more informal collaborative way. This guide is meant to be a useful template that can be molded, and build upon as our joint knowledge on MOOC’s and new pedagogies grow. Feel free to add your insights to the guide.

This MOOC guide based on the experience of the MobiMOOC(ourse) which was a course that ran from 2 April until the 14 May 2011 and had 580 participants that hooked up to its resources. [snip]


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