Activity 25 Reflections on Openness

Activity 25 Reflections on Openness

Activity 25 for the Open Education MOOC #h817open

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Michael Rees

May 10, 2013
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  1. 6.

    Problem, Project, Unit of Study Refine New Term or Concept

    Yes New Problem, Project, Unit of Study No Unit of learning completed Learning trajectory Just-in-time Learning
  2. 7.

    • Late and adult learners Lifelong Learners • Professional development

    Professionals • Access strategy Government • Cost savings • Expand experience Internal Students • Income • Reputation & preparation Potential Students • Influence student choice Parents • Influencers Alumni Clark 2013 MOOC Consumers
  3. 8.

    MOOC Providers • Private companies • Unis • Schools •

    Individuals MOOC Portfolio • Certificates • Badges • Micro credentials Public Testamur • Own web site • WordPress, Blogger • LinkedIn, FB • Resume Work • Company • Self employed Life Balance • Self- education • Volunteering • Contribution to family
  4. 10.

    To survive in a world of [M]OOCs, Australian universities will

    need to innovate and take risks. On present indications, the future may well belong to freemium universities - a business model where they give away their courseware and only charge students for supplementary support services. Jim Barber, VC Uni of New England, Feb 2013 Accredited exams Moderated discussion groups Tutorial assistance
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