LTX Event – MOOCs At Macquarie

The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) phenomenon has been around for over ten years now. Four MOOCs have come out of Macquarie and one is currently in production.

“Over 100,000 students have enrolled in the various Macquarie MOOCs, providing a terrific learning opportunity for all involved. We look forward to further exploring the possibilities.”  – Professor Sherman Young

Professor Sherman Young will explain why MOOCs and online courses are important at Macquarie; Dr Andrew McKenna will examine what a MOOC is and give an overview of the Big History MOOCs; Professor Lesley Hughes will discuss one of Macquarie’s first MOOCs, Climate Change; Michael Rampe will give an overview of the creation of a MOOC and we will hear from Macquarie students on the different pathways MOOCs offer.

Register here.

We will also be live streaming the event – details of how to connect will be posted on event listing.

Written by Lauren Bacigalupo

Lauren Bacigalupo

Lauren is an Events and Project Officer in the Learning Innovation Hub. She is passionate about many things, including clothes, documentaries, sewing and her dog Maggie. When she grows up she would like to be the next Louis Theroux.

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