2 May 2014

All my scoops in February, March and April 2014

As a service to my scoop.it follwers and readers, a blog post of mine containing the publication date, title, author and source of my scoops in February, March and April 2014. This will be the last overview a will be publishing this way, at least that is my intention. I will try out the monthly newsletter that Scoop.it generates automatically. Don't know yet if and how that exactly works, but it sure should be a time saver. 

06-02-2014
Completion Data For Moocs
Martin Weller & Katy Jordan
blog The Ed Techie
10-02-2014
Ulrike Cress & Carlos Kloos Delgado
Online resource
11-02-2014
Five myths about MOOCs
Diana Laurillard
Times Higher Education
12-02-2014
European MOOCs Stakeholder Summit 2014 - EMOOCs 2014
Peter Sloep
 blog post Stories to TEL
14-02-2014
University of London MOOC Report
Barney Grainger
U. of London research report
04-03-2014
Interaction in Massive Courses
various authors
J.UCS Special Issue
09-03-2014
The pedagogy of the Massive Open Online Course: the UK view
Siân Bayne and Jen Ross
report, the Higher Education Academy
10-03-2014
A Comparison of Five Free MOOC Platforms for Educators
John Swope
EdTech
11-03-2014
MOOCs, Massive Open Online Courses, An Update of EUA's first paper
Michael Gaebel
European University Association
11-03-2014
Trend Report: open and online education furthers quality and flexibility
Nicolai van der Woert, Ria Jacobi & Hester Jelgerhuis
 Surf Foundation
26-03-2014
Invasion of the MOOCs: The Promise and Perils of Massive Open Online Courses
Steven Krause & Charles Lowe
Parlor Press
03-04-2014
Special Issue of eLearning Papers just published on latest MOOC research
Pierre Antoine Ullmo
P.A.U. Education
09-04-2014
Innovate 2013 at Ohio State: Jim Fowler's MOOCulus Steal My Idea Presentation
Jim Fowler
YouTube
12-04-2014
Blended learning model definitions
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Christensen Institute
18-04-2014
Time to retire from online learning?
Tony Bates
personal blog
21-04-2014
Who does what in a Massive Open Online Course?
Daniel Seaton et al.
Communications of the ACM

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