Education Symposium - MOOCs

As a precursor to this year’s 2013 Teaching Colloquium, a symposium on 'MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and the student experience of blended learning' was held at the University of Sydney on 8 July. Symposium program

Professor Diana Laurillard of the London Institute of Education, Professor Peter Goodyear, Australia’s first ARC Laureate in Education and Mr Andrew Norton of the Australian Grattan Institute gave presentations which are available below.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) hosted the event which was sponsored by the University of Sydney Association of Professors and the University of Sydney's Sciences and Technologies of Learning research network.

Themes on the day included the challenges, opportunities and risks created by MOOCs and the student experience of blended learning for research-intensive, campus-based Universities.

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Blending learning and learning spaces in the context of MOOCs

Blending learning and learning spaces in the context of MOOCs

Professor Diana Laurillard’s presentation.

  • 50:11 minutes
MOOCs, connected learning and engaged enquiry

MOOCs, connected learning and engaged enquiry

Professor Peter Goodyear’s presentation.

  • 46:15 minutes
MOOCs, technology and the higher education business

MOOCs, technology and the higher education business

Mr Andrew Norton’s presentation.

  • 31:49 minutes

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Professor Diana Laurillard’s presentation: Blending learning and learning spaces in the context of MOOCs (mp3)

Professor Peter Goodyear’s presentation: MOOCs, connected learning and engaged enquiry (mp3)

Mr Andrew Norton’s presentation: MOOCs, technology and the higher education business (mp3)

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Professor Diana Laurillard’s presentation: Blending learning and learning spaces in the context of MOOCs (PDF)

Professor Peter Goodyear’s presentation: MOOCs, connected learning and engaged enquiry (PDF)

Mr Andrew Norton’s presentation: MOOCs, technology and the higher education business (PDF)

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