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London knowledge lab nnovations what the research says moocs welcome

London Knowledge Lab nnovations

What the Research Says:

MOOCs

Welcome!

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  • Next event

  • When: Friday January 31st

  • What: Fusion Skills in Action

  • Where: London Knowledge Lab

  • Email: p.charlton@ioe.ac.uk

  • Agenda for this event

  • 1:30 – 2:30pm Presentations

  • 2.30 - 3:15 pm Hands on Demos– 45 minutes

  • 3:30 - 4:30pm open discussion – a facilitated debate http://wp.me/p40Chy-i

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    Find out more go to https://www.lkldev.ioe.ac.uk/lklinnovation/

    Workshop discussion - give your comments @ http://wp.me/p40Chy-i


    What the research says 29 nov 2013

    What The Research Says29 Nov 2013

    The future potential of the MOOC

    Diana Laurillard


    The context global demand for education
    The Context: global demand for education

    By 2025, the global demand for higher education will double to ~200m per year, mostly from emerging economies(NAFSA 2010)

    The new UNESCO goals for education:

    • Every child completes a full 9 years of free basic education …

    • Post-basic education expanded to meet needs for knowledge and skills … (Draft for UNESCO post 2015 goals)

     Implying significant growth in graduate numbers to supply this level of education

    Butstaff:student ratios in the current HE model are ~1:25, which cannot meet this level of demand

     Can MOOCs help?


    The rationale why might we use them
    The Rationale: Why might we use them?

    • As a marketing exercise that is a loss leader for our other courses?

    • For our reputation as world class innovator?

    • As a pro bono contribution to global education?

    • As R&D to ensure we are knowledgeable about new developments in a competitive market?

    • To boost learning technology innovation for our undergraduatestudents?

    • To develop a new type of course, with a new business model?

    • For CPD courses but with wider reach?


    What does the research say
    What does the research say?

    • There is very little; there is a lot of opinion and hype

    • The demographic is mainly professionals with degrees

    • ‘Drop-out’ should be against ‘engagement’, not enrolment

    • Senior teams are now engaged with learning technology

    • Many receive high praise from students who complete

    • The ‘student’ population is highly demanding

    • More research needs to be done

    Here’s what we know…