Tag: #tel

This is an archive of the 2013 version of ocTEL.

MOOCs: A systematic study of the published literature 2008-2012 | Liyanagunawardena | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Tags: ocTEL, TEL, mooc, PotentialReadingby: David Jennings

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Learning and the MOOC: Resources

Tags: ocTEL, TEL, MOOC, PotentialResourceby: David Jennings

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Retention and Intention in Massive Open Online Courses: In Depth (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu

Comments:Interesting data shared by Cousera founders, with pointers to further MOOC research – David JenningsTags: MOOC, retention, ocTEL, TEL, PotentialReading, PotentialResource, Coursera, researchby: David Jennings

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Open online course platform launched – FT.com

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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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MOOCs And The Future Of The Humanities: A Roundtable (Part 1)

Comments:Marvellously savvy discussion of what MOOCs could mean for higher education, which gets into the places that most discussions don’t touch – David JenningsTags: ocTEL, PotentialReading, PotentialResource, humanities, MOOC, TELby: David Jennings

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How Badges Really Work in Higher Education — Campus Technology

Tags: badges, higher education, accreditation, ocTEL, TELby: David Jennings

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#ocTEL ends with a leisurely dip. | Learningcreep

Tags: ocTEL, TEL, MOOC, heutagogyby: David Jennings

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#ocTEL ends with a leisurely dip.

Before #ocTEL rolls out of town, I spent a couple of pleasant hours today looking over some of the course materials and posts from the last couple of weeks. Although I’ve been deleting the daily newsletter for the last couple of weeks because I wasn’t able to engage sufficiently with the course material, or do […]

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