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Una revisión del estado del arte del fenómeno MOOC y un caso de estudio: abiertaUGR

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  1. 1. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/04/education/edlife/massive-open-online-courses-are-multiplying-at-a-rapid- pace.html?pagewanted=all Nov. 2012
  2. 2. Estado del arte – universo MOOC TIMELINE principales iniciativas 2002 OCW del MIT: diseminación de contenido, cursos… 2007 iTunesU: Podcast y vídeos 2008 Khan Academy: educación primaria y secundaria… contenidos 2012 Udacity: Stanford , 400 mil usuarios , foco en Computer Scienc 2012 Coursera: Stanford, 3 millones usuarios, 200+cursos 2012 edX: MIT y Harvard, no comercial, 27 partners, 60+cursos 2013 MiriadaX: Universia , 19 universidades, 50+cursos 2013 FutureLearn: Open University UK, 19 partners (+no univ.) 2013 Open2Study : Open University Australia – punteros ed. online 2013 OpenUpEdu: universidades abiertas /online, 11 paises, 12partners 2013 Iversity : Alemania -startup
  3. 3. http://chronicle.com/article/Major- Players-in-the-MOOC/138817/
  4. 4. Formación online Ahora - 3 años 74% 90% Tendencias y posturas de los CENTROS Postura 16% 84% 5 años 6+años Nunca Sustitución clase presencial 5% 28% 67% VENTAJAS INCONVENIENTES http://blogs.enterasys.com/trends-in-massive-open-online-courses-infographic/ 83% 17% Adopción 16% 35% 44% Nuevas metodologías educativas VisibilidadFormación de los docentes 15% 25% 41% Ausencia de revisiones o de exámenes Altos costes de puesta en marcha Elevada dedicación y tiempo
  5. 5. http://www.moocologist.com/wp- content/uploads/2013/02/MOOC_HypeCycle_12111.png
  6. 6. • Recursos OER: entrevistas, vídeos... • Debates, dinamización. • Grupos de trabajo. • Aportaciones personales (blogs, enlaces recomendados…). • Peer review (badges automáticos y no). • Extensión hacia redes sociales (#abiertaUGR). Adquirir experiencia: Implementar un modelo disruptivo de formación
  7. 7. Adquirir experiencia: Creación de comunidades de aprendizaje: aprendizaje social (Comunidad de aprendizaje permanente (>3.000 usuarios *)
  8. 8. Adquirir experiencia: Centrado en Espacios Personales de Aprendizaje
  9. 9. Algunos datos
  10. 10. INTERROGANTES ¿Modelos de negocio? ¿Motivación del profesor? ¿Rol del profesor? ¿Cómo se podrán certificar? ¿Sustituirá a la universidad presencial? ¿Buscan los MOOC formalizar lo informal?
  11. 11. @BelenaVeleta Gracias Belén Rojas, julio 2013 “Nadie sabe más, que todos juntos” Inteligencia Colectiva, Inteligencia Social

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