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. 

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

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