What is a MOOC? Why use a MOOC platform? What is the future of MOOCs at Macquarie?
- Professor Sherman Young (PVC Learning & Teaching)
- Dr Andrew McKenna (Big History Institute)
- Professor Lesley Hughes (PVC, Research Integrity and Development)
- Michael Rampe (Learning Innovation Hub)
- A student perspective – Sam Crouch (FBE) and Aadidev Sabharwal (Big History Institute)
… about the benefits, possibilities and processes behind Massive Open Online Courses.
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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.
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It’s an exciting moment for the team behind the just-launched Big History MOOC, a showcase not only for Big History but also for trans-disciplinary learning and teaching expertise across Macquarie University. Two of the key team members, Dr Yvonne Breyer and Michael Rampe, look back on their journey.
Continue reading From Big to Massive: the story behind the Big History MOOC
His passion has drawn the attention of Bill Gates, and now Professor David Christian will be bringing the forthcoming ‘Big History’ MOOC to a panel discussion at Learning and Teaching Week. We asked Professor Christian to give us an insight into Big History and its famous devotee.
Continue reading David Christian on Big History, Bill Gates and Learning and Teaching Week
I recently attended the Global High Level Policy Forum in Paris organised by UNESCO in partnership with ICDE on improving access, flexibility, affordability, engagement, success and quality for all in higher education.
Continue reading “Stop debating about MOOCs”: Report from UNESCO Global High Level Policy Forum