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 University of Melbourne Author 

Title Macro-level learning through massive open online courses (MOOCs) : strategies and predictions for the future / Elspeth McKay, John Lenarcic, editors.

Published Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, [2015]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.35 MACR    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvi, 306 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Series Advances in educational technologies and instructional design book series.
Advances in educational technologies and instructional design.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Policy Issues in MOOCs Design: Emerging Technology and Change Management Issues for eLearning in the MOOCs Environment -- ch. 1 Mining a MOOC: What Our MOOC Taught Us about Professional Learning, Teaching, and Assessment / Patrick Griffin -- ch. 2 Quality Assurance for Massive Open Access Online Courses: Building on the Old to Create Something New / David Sadler -- ch. 3 Professional Learning through MOOCs? A Trans-Disciplinary Framework for Building Knowledge, Inquiry, and Expertise / Melinda J. Lewis -- ch. 4 MOOCs and the Art Studio: A Catalyst for Innovation and Change in eLearning Development and Studio Pedagogies / Megan J. McPherson -- Section 2 Social Networking and Collaborative Learning: Building MOOCs Communities -- ch. 5 Internationalising Social Work Education Using Massive Open Online Courses / Supriya Pattanayak --
Contents note continued: Section 3 ePedagogy and Interactive MOOCs: ePedagogy and Students' Use of HCI -- Integrating Interactivity into Asynchronous MOOCs -- ch. 6 Learning Theories: ePedagogical Strategies for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in Higher Education / Liam O'Donnell -- ch. 7 Beyond the Phenomenon: Assessment in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) / Amit Chauhan -- Section 4 Rich Internet Applications and Educational Practice of MOOCs: Educational Training Design -- ch. 8 What is Best for the Learner? Are MOOCs the Answer? / Janet Weisenford -- ch. 9 Deceptive Promises: The Meaning of MOOCs-Hype for Higher Education / Stefan Popenici -- ch. 10 Redefining the Classroom: Integration of Open and Classroom Learning in Higher Education / Naveen Kumar -- ch. 11 MOOCs: Evolution and Revolution / Lynnette Condro Ronkowitz -- ch. 12 The Evolution of Online Learning and Related Tools and Techniques toward MOOCs / Kamal Masri --
Contents note continued: ch. 13 MOOCs in Initial Teacher Training: Perspectives and Learning-Teaching Needs / David Montalvo Saborido -- ch. 14 Challenges about MOOCs in Teacher Training: Differences between On-Site and Open University Students / Alba Garcia Barrera.
Summary "This book provides insight into the emerging phenomenon of MOOCs as a design manual for the course designer with a collection of chapters that deal with all facets of the MOOC debate"--
Other author McKay, Elspeth (Associate professor), editor.
Lenarcic, John, editor.
Subject MOOCs (Web-based instruction)
Open learning.
Distance education.
ISBN 9781466683242 (hardcover)