Well it’s taken me over 3 and a half years, but I’ve finally completed another MOOC… this was on the Coursera platform. Despite my overall satisfaction with the course, however, I experienced yet again a couple of perennial bugbears.
What kind of a role does a Learning Management System (LMS) play in effective deployment of e-learning (hint: it is not just tracking completion)? Find out more from these insightful articles and resources.
All big organisations have a Learning Management System. It’s used to track and record the training that the employees do. In practice, it tends to be used to administer compliance training, though it can be much broader than that.
What is common across the learning modes and methods?
While the title of the post specifies MOOCs, the skills and mindsets
The world has gotten complicated. Organizations are struggling to keep up with the shifts
IMHO, a MOOC is an evolving and dynamic learning and collaboration
describes MOOCs thus in her Master’s Thesis: “MOOC is above all referring to a pedagogical model
MOOCs – you can love them or hate them but you can definitely not ignore them.
QUOTE: “The future belongs to those who not only have the courage to shout,
2014 has been a wonderful year for us, because it was replete with LEARNNOVATIONS
THE QUOTE: “The key to success is getting people to do the right thing at the right time
THE QUOTE: “MOOCs and other online instruction is still the old “broadcast model