On June 11, between 10 am and 11 am, a presentation titled MOOCs Platform Panorama was given by our PhD student Jingjing Lin via the SWITCH webinar platform. The webinar attracted experts, enthusiasts and practioners from different fields. All participants commented positively on the chatting board synchronized with the presentation.
The full presentation file is available online now.
With the growing popularity of MOOCs phenomenon, there emerged various for-profit and non-profit organizations providing platforms to host or offer MOOCs. To identify a list of MOOCs platforms for universities to consider, the results from the Google search engine, MOOC aggregator sites Class Central and MOOC List, blogs, together with other literature were combined. The target was to include the most widespread and prevalent platforms with English as the primary language. A total of eighteen MOOCs platforms were then included into the review and decision making process. Four categories as first-level attributes are: general attributes, course attributes, technology attributes, and partnership attributes. The total of 19 second-level attributes go under the first-level four categories. In this webinar, you will have an overview of 18 MOOC platforms under 19 attributes.
You can access to the recording of the presentation below.
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