Online Pedagogy

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Online Pedagogy
Blended Learning
Nor Aziah Alias
The i-Learn Centre
Staying abreast ..staying ahead
• Disruptive technology
• Learning by events
• Openness and Open Access
• Connectivism - knowledge is distributed across a network of
connections
• Collective Learning
• Partnership
• Print Consumers to digital producers
• Crowdsourcing
Objectives of this session
• Introduce OER, OCW and MOOCs
– What and why
– Advantages
– Challenges
• Demonstrate how MOOC can be utilized and
integrated
OER, OCW and MOOC
•
OER
MOOC
OER
– Open educational resources
– Free and openly licensed resources for
Teaching, learning and research
LO
OCW
– Learning objects (LO)
•
OCW
– Open courseware
– OER for a complete course
•
MOOC
– Massive Open Online Course
– Complete course, with a facilitator/instructor,
offered through ‘open access’ by renowned
universities
LO
OER
Creative Commons Licenses
Creative Commons is a nonprofit
organizationthat enables the sharing and use
of creativity and knowledge through free legal
tools.
•
Link http://creativecommons.org/
CC0 Public Domain Declaration
Attribution
Attribution-ShareAlike
Attribution-NoDerivs
Attribution-NonCommercial
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
Bryan Alexander coined the term
(Senior Fellow for the National Institute
for Technology in Liberal Education)
MOOC (PRONOUNCED ‘MOOK’)
- ONLINE COURSES THAT USE STREAMED LECTURES, AUTO-GRADED
EXAMS AND PEER-LED COLLABORATION TO BRING FREE COURSES FROM
ELITE UNIVERSITIES TO REMOTE AND NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS
AROUND THE WORLD
• MOOCs…..
 Are open courses similar to those at the university
 No mandatory qualifications
 Mostly free
 Requires registration
 Have learners who are not students of universities
 Are fully online
 Are very lightly tutored & supported
 Average duration 6 to 8 weeks
 Do offer assessment (in various forms)
 Study hours per week, on modules not degree programs
 Offer badges, ‘certificates of completion’ rather than credits (exception)
Adapted - RUGIT Edinburgh – Feb 2013
MOOCs - Coursera
34 universities have partnered with Coursera
https://www.coursera.org/
Why MOOC?
• Quality learning materials
and courses developed
and delivered by
professors of
elite/renowned universities
• Free learning resources
reduce course material
development cost
• Reduce lecture hours
Certification
OER, OCW, MOOC
and Blended Learning
OER, OCW and MOOC in T & L
•
Using OER to supplement and complement T & L
•
Integrate MOOC in the course content via ‘wrapping, pre course
module, in-course module, or offered parallel to taught course
•
Integrate MOOC in the program curriculum
– fast-track/fee reduction/lecturers need not teach basic courses
•
Develop e-content for a complete course and offer MOOC to learners all
over the world
• offer with certification or ‘badge
• Offer for credit
Supporting Resource Based Learning (RBL)
and Student Centered Learning (SCL)
Open
courses
A linear online RBL lesson
Philosophy of
Education
Lesson/section
Ongoing
feedback
Learner
task
Democracy in
Education
Youtube
MIT OCW
In class dialogue
between groups
Choose a
subtopic
Learner
task
Create links
to resources
Give clear
instruction
Assessment
Outcome(s)
Learner centered
Time is no
longer a
limitation
• Anytime,
anywhere,
anything
• Expected outcome
stated
– Describe
‘democracy in
education’ with
reference to the
Malaysian
Education system
in a 3-4 min video
clip
Search
and watch
videos,
read
articles
Email
educationist/
experts
Authentic
learning
experience
Learning
becomes
more
personalized
Learner
Study
online
course
materials
Join
Teachers
forum
Collaborative
and
community of
learning
• Needs skills and
tools, resources
Learning Assessment
Example from University at Albany and SUNY Empire State
College
Readily Available Support
Learning
videos
Web 2.0
tools
i-Learn
LMS
Learning
objects
Open
Educational
Resources
(OER)
Web
conferencing
Readily Available Support
• Information on OER in BL
briefing sessions
• Links to OER dan OCW
in the i-library (i-Learn
portal)
• Training module on OER
and MOOC
• Software for OER and
MOOC development
(video capture etc)
Available
• OER by i-Learn Fellows and
trainers
• Email announcement on
MOOC and webinars
WILL IT WORK?
Issues and challenges
Issues and challenges
2012 DUKE University MOOC
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
Issues and
challenges
So, are we ready to bring for communitysupported learning /‘light teaching’ into our
core curriculum?
Thank you

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