Tag: evaluation

This is an archive of the 2013 version of ocTEL.

The research that MOOCs need | George Veletsianos

Tags: ocTEL, TEL, mooc, evaluation, PotentialReading, PotentialResource, researchby: David Jennings

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Difficulties researching the effectiveness of cMOOCs | You're the Teacher

Tags: MOOC, TEL, ocTEL, cMOOC, evaluation, GeorgeSiemens, StephenDownes, DaveCormierby: David Jennings

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Expectations taster

Last week we asked you to tell us what your expectations are for taking part in ocTEL. If you haven’t already, please do add your views via the expectations questionnaire! We are really hoping to hear from more of you,

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What are your expectations of ocTEL?

As noted in Friday’s overview, the team is keen to hear your feedback about ocTEL, and to act on it! We also have fairly detailed plans for a broader evaluation of ocTEL, which includes investigating impact on course participants. I

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Ye canny defy the laws of (complexity science) or how to evaluate a MOOC

One way to approach evaluation can be to try to define what would indicate that an intervention or change has been successful. This could be successful from the perspective of a project team, the intended recipients of the intervention, or those paying…

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There's nothing new in MOOCs

Towards the end of last year I started working with the ocTEL team on how to evaluate the Massive Open Online Course or MOOC they’ll be running in 2013. There is a *huge* amount of discussion on MOOCs at the moment from tips for

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There's nothing new in MOOCs

I have recently started working with the ocTEL team looking at how to evaluate the Massive Open Online Course or MOOC they’ll be running next year. (ocTEL stands for Open Course in Technology Enhanced Learning, there’s an outline of the course on th…

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