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  1. MOOCs in the Arts and Humanities: Opportunities, Challenges and Implications Across UK Higher Education Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić & Sir John Daniel MOOCs in the Arts and Humanities: What are the issues?

  2. MOOCs in the Arts and Humanities: Opportunities, Challenges and Implications Across UK Higher Education Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić & Sir John Daniel MOOCs in the Arts and Humanities: What are the issues?

  3. Visual Arts Education and New Technologies: Sharing cultures at the DeTao Masters Academy SIVA 14 March 2012 Vincent Van Gogh(paint) David Hockney(iPhone)

  4. PLAN • Post-Traditional Higher Education: the trend to greater openness

  5. PLAN • Post-Traditional Higher Education: the trend to greater openness • MOOCS: myths, paradoxes, possibilities

  6. PLAN • Post-Traditional Higher Education: the trend to greater openness • MOOCS: myths, paradoxes, possibilities • MOOCs in the Arts and Humanities

  7. The Mind is Flat: the Shocking Shallowness of Human Psychology.

  8. (Europe)

  9. Arts and Humanities: < 20% of offerings

  10. “If you want to take a MOOC in French History your only option is a MOOC from Princeton University”

  11. Robespierre Stalin Hitler Much of a muchness?

  12. POST-TRADITIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION Open Educational Resources, Open Badges, MOOCs, etc.

  13. Open as to: • People • Places • Methods • Ideas

  14. Driving Principles: • Education as a human right • Emancipation: Education for All • Disruption of HE business models • a new paradigm: openness

  15. Examples of openness: • Open source software • Open data • Open access to research results • Open content • Open Educational Resources • (= transparency + easy access)

  16. “leveraging the Internet, digital content, open licensing, and social networking to create new forms of education”

  17. Authors:Neil Butcher & Sarah Hoosen A Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education Editors:Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić & Sir John Daniel

  18. UNESCO HQ Paris 2002 Forum on the Impact of Open CourseWarefor Higher Education in Developing Countries OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

  19. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OER) educational materials that may be freely accessed, reused, modified and shared

  20. World Congress onOpen Educational ResourcesParis – June 20-22 – 2012 The Paris Declaration

  21. Paris Declaration on OER 10. Encourage open licensing of educational material produced with public funds.

  22. VANCOUVER - British Columbia is set to become the first province in Canada to offer students free online, open textbooks for the 40 most popular post-secondary courses

  23. OER MOOCs

  24. new wine new bottles

  25. old wine new bottles

  26. DeTao Masters Academy

  27. Chairman George Lee Unique Pool of Global Talent

  28. One Hundred Masters from the Whole World • 34

  29. What is a MOOC? Massive Open Online Course

  30. …sliding down from 2013 enthusiasm

  31. Making Sense of MOOCs: Musings in a Maze of Myth, Paradox and Possibility

  32. M O O C – Every letter is now negotiable!

  33. Possibility Myth Paradox The MOOC Maze

  34. MOOCs began in Canada University of Manitoba George Siemens Stephen Downes

  35. MOOCs began in Canada Connectivism & Connective Knowledge 25 students on campus2,300 public - free University of Manitoba

  36. ‘provide all who want to learn with access to available resources at any time in their lives; empower all who want to share what they know to find those who want to learn it from them; and, finally furnish all who want to present an issue to the public with the opportunity to make their challenge known’

  37. MOOCs began in Canada Connectivism & Connective Knowledge ‘all the course content was available through RSS feeds, and learners could participate with their choice of tools: threaded discussions in Moodle, blog posts, Second Life and synchronous online meetings’

  38. MOOCs began in Canada University of Manitoba Connectivism & Connective Knowledge cMOOC

  39. xMOOC

  40. xMOOC

  41. ‘it seems pretty obvious that no one who had any working knowledge of research in pedagogy was deeply involved in the creation of the course’ Lloyd Armstrong

  42. Course x6002 Circuits and Electronics 155,000 registrations23,000 tried first test9,000 passed mid-term 7157 passed = < 5%