<span class='p-name'>Why in the world would you want to develop a Massive Open, Online Course (MOOC)?</span>

Why in the world would you want to develop a Massive Open, Online Course (MOOC)?

This post will contain the presentation materials and supplemental links for my session titled “Why in the world would you want to develop a MOOC – Teaching and Learning in Open, Online, Educational Spaces.” This talk was held at the Addlestone Library at the College of Charleston.

In this session I’ll discuss my thinking and framing of open educational resources, and how we got to MOOCs.

The presentation deck for this session is embedded below.

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Materials from the presentation

Educational Psychology Wiki

Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource

Online Research and Media Skills (ORMS) MOOC

The WalkMyWorld Project

Supplemental Links

Hybrid & blended learning: Modifying pedagogy across time, place, path, & pace

Literacy instruction & learning in virtual, blended, and hybrid learning environments

Teaching, learning, & sharing openly online

Literacy practices in an open, networked, collaborative learning space

Scaffolding online & blended learning in the higher ed classroom

The challenge of open, online scholarship in academia


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