#CFHE12 #Oped12 MOOCs Emerging as Landscape of Change Final Part (Part 8) – The Conversation

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This is my final part of the series, where I try consolidating some of the conversations around MOOCs.

Dominik says in his post on MOOC:

Connectivist MOOCs seem to produce proportionately as many reports of confusion and demotivation among their participants as the more impersonal extension MOOCs. They certainly don’t see many fewer drop outs (which would perhaps be better called drop offs).

I don’t think our MOOC which combines features of both c and xMOOCs with traditional online and blended learning, is any more successful at this than any other form of education.

My response to Dominik’s post could be represented in my views  here.

Drop out in MOOC

Drop out in MOOC is an issue, but also an opportunity to reflect and learn with.

Challenges with MOOCs

There are many challenges with MOOCs, with x MOOCs at the moment.

In this post on Coursera Fantasy by Laura…

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