1 Jahresakademie KAAD Bonn, Christian Friedrich Head of Project Management Leuphana Digital School 1 A very brief history of Massive Open Online Courses 2 Leuphana Digital School s Mentored Open Online Courses
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3 A very brief history of Massive Open Online Courses
4 What is a Massive Open Online Course? Massive Massive number of users & learners Open Registration & Access Online Online, no physical attendance needed Course Goals, aims, start and end date
5 : From the first MOOC to The Year of the MOOC 2006: Khan Academy non-profit, Videos are licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2008: First MOOC CCK8 (Siemens & Downes) 2,220 people, 170 blogs and many other platforms and networks Free access but also a paid, certified option 2012: EdX and coursera EdX: non-profit, MIT & Harvard, open source coursera: for-profit, Andrew Ng & Daphne Koller (Stanford) 2012: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Thrun & Norvig) 160,000 registrants, huge media attention leads to Udacity, a for-profit start-up
6 Gartner s Hype Cycle helps to make sense of the early MOOC hype.
7 : Disappointments, Udacity s pivot, diversification and the Year of the Corporate MOOC 2013/2014: Udacity s pivot Corporate Training, Freemium, Tutoring After proclaimed failure of collaboration w/ San Jose State University 2013/2014: FutureLearn Universities from the UK launch their own platform 2014: The Year of the Corporate MOOC? Various so-called Corporate MOOCs are launched (Telekom, SAP, etc.) 2014: ASU & Starbucks launch the College Achievement Plan Arizona State University and Starbucks offer a degree program for Starbucks employees
8 Leuphana Digital School s Mentored Open Online Courses
9 Leuphana University is a humanistic, action-oriented and sustainable public university in northern Germany with a unique Bachelor s degree program.
10 Leuphana University s study model emphasizes acquiring competencies and autonomous learning through interactive formats related to practice. Leuphana University of Lueneburg A humanistic university A sustainable university A proactive university combines personal and academic development in its understanding of education while placing the process of acquiring knowledge into a concrete context. contributes to the sustainable development of society through its education and research. Leuphana fosters competencies in dealing with complexity, problem-solving in an interdisciplinary manner, engaging in responsible and self-directed learning, developing a readiness and willingness to take on social responsibility and shaping the future in a sustainable manner. fosters the development of responsible and proactive individuals who demonstrate the creativity and thoughtfulness as well as the willingness and ability to creatively shape society. Leuphana contributes significantly to the solution of social problems through research, education, continuing education and academic services.
11 Since the fall of 2012, Leuphana Digital School bundles all online learning activities of Leuphana University in an interdisciplinary manner across all faculties. Graduate School Professional School Leuphana College Digital School Compatible international online courses and degrees One-stop e-learning and multimedia services In-house production and sensitivity for university issues Competence of legal aspects Solid institutional frame Methods based on research Leuphana Schools
12 Online offerings of Leuphana Digital School are framed by the Centre for Digital Cultures and the start-up funding of the EU Innovation Incubator. Continuous scholarly discourse High production capacity of specialist knowhow Leuphana Digital School Leuphana s Digital Portfolio Research: Centre for Digital Cultures Innovative graduates with start-up skills Academic environment for rapid prototyping as well as research and teaching Extensive expertise for digital processes Start-up funding Incubator
13 Candena GmbH is a company originating from university projects, which provides the educational platform for our courses. Founded in 2012 by a researcher of the Digital Media Center Specializes in delivering educational services using cloud computing Designed for mid and large-scale collaborative courses Provides managed, scalable and automated environments Platform provider utilized in all of Leuphana Digital School s projects Optimized both for handheld devices and desktop computers candena.com
14 Substantial leaps of development in 4 distinct technological areas have created a new form of media usage that is now pervading Higher Education. Technology is changing Higher Education: 1. Multimedia Allowing for customizable content 2. Social Media Enabling connectivity 3. Mobile Distribution Anywhere, anytime 4. Software as a Service Affordable, scalable
15 Mentored Open Online Courses set new standards for academic education. xmooc! Chalk and talk online! Defined learning objectives! Didactical assistance! Evaluation by tutors, no mentors! Recorded lectures followed by automated tests (multiple choice and similar) Mentored Open Online Courses cmooc! Definition of learning content and objectives by participants! Open learning objectives and structures! Use of social networks! Purely peer learning, no teachers nor mentors Leuphana Research Learning Didactic! Assistance by tutors and mentors! Moderation of public discussions! Issue driven consulting, qualitative evaluation of course results by academics and experts! Combination of open teamwork and development of defined learning objectives! Peer Review: increased motivation, less fraud
16 Leuphana Digital School offers collaborative world-wide online courses, targeting students, professionals and a global audience in a whole new format.! Integrative No prerequisites Flexible in working hours Accessible for everyone Participatory! Collaborative Team-based Knowledge creation & problem solving Community / Crowd Wisdom Solely teamwork Peer-review and feedback Strong learning community Unique learning environment DIGITAL SCHOOL! Tailored! Academic Delicate adjustment of an academic curriculum Inclusion of partners expertise Input by leading scholars and experts Academic mentoring by Leuphana University University Certificates with Credit Points
17 Formats are designed around a limited number of participants. Tutoring and Mentoring are cornerstones of its course design. A small group of active Participants receives 1st level support by a Tutor. The Platform Host guides the course community throughout the whole course (course mediation & moderation). Team The Experts provide the course community with input via keynote lectures, readings and forum distributions. Each Mentor guides and evaluates teams, fostering their learning experience. As part of a Course Community, the teams receive valuable peer feedback from other Participants and Supporters.
18 Introductory Clip: ThinkTank Ideal City of the 21 st Century https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gp0tcdrdibk
19 Pilot: ThinkTank Ideal City of the 21 st Century 1! 2! 3! 4! 5! 6! Personal View on Cities Learning from the Past Setting the Stage Elements of the City A Conceptual Map The Visualization January April 2013 ThinkTank!Ci)es! Individual pilot course, open to participants from all over the world! Six consecutive assignments on city planning and visioning! 1,823 Participants, 449 Supporters! Students out of 107 different countries! 288 participants striving for 5 credits (ECTS)! Global learning in teams on a social learning platform 382 out of 1,823 active participants (21.4 %) completed the course and were able to obtain a University Certificate with credits (5 ECTS)
20 Corporate MOOC: Magenta MOOC with Deutsche Telekom AG 1! 2! 3! 4! 5! 6! Megatrends Leadership Stakeholder Needs Simplicity, Design Thinking Rapid Prototyping Business Model Canvas Communication April - June 2014 Magenta!MOOC! First Corporate MOOC of Leuphana Digital School and Deutsche Telekom AG 700 employees of Deutsche Telekom worldwide collaborate on an online platform with the assistance and support of teachers, mentors and tutor! Six consecutive assignments on entrepreneurship, simplicity and leadership! Employees of Deutsche Telekom worldwide, from 27 countries and their national corporations and departments! Global learning in teams on a social learning platform! More than 20 renowned experts and academics! Digital School as the developer and provider of the course concept, the didactics, the support system as well as the media production More than 3,500 users overall (participants & supporters)
21 Mentored Open Online Course: Managing the Arts Marketing for Cultural Organizations 1! 2! 3! 4! 5! 6!!!! Value analysis and conceptual interpretation SWOT- Anlysis Dimensions of Sustainability Strategies for the Audience Development Mission Statement Summary and Reflection MOOC:!Managing!the!Arts!!! Marke)ng!for!Cultural!Organiza)ons! MOOC provided by Goethe-Institut e.v. and Leuphana Digital School Sign-up live since Jan 16, course duration Feb - May 2015! Four Renowned cultural institutions serve as real-life cases: Trafó House Budapest, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre, Centre for Contemporary Arts Lagos! Six consecutive assignments on Management and Marketing in Cultural Organizations! Successful participants receive a university certificate with 5 credits (ETCS)! 22 renowned experts and academics guide though the course and its content Planned for 800 active participants; current enrollment of 17,000 users
22 Facts & Figures: Managing the Arts Marketing for Cultural Organizations " 17,200 users from 170 countries enrolled " Participation is free of charge " 5 Creit Points (ECTS) can be acquired after successful completion of the course; nominal fee: 20,- EUR " 700 participants are matched up to teams of five " More than 150 clips produced " 17 speakers, 7 mentors, 4 tutors, 1 MOOC Facilitator, 1 Academic Director " 4 case institutions serving as real-life examples " Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin, Germany " Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary " Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), Lagos, Nigeria " Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Thailand
23 Facts & Figures: Managing the Arts Marketing for Cultural Organizations " 72% female, 23% male " Average Age (median): 29 " Educational Degrees: " Master or equivalent: 46% " Bachelor: 39% " High School: 5% " Doctorate: 4% " Career Level: " Professional: 62% " Student: 24% " Academic: 8% " Unemployed: 5% " Top 10 countries in absolute numbers: " Germany: 2,444 " Russian Federation: 1,383 " Brazil: 990 " France: 661 " Bulgaria: 482 " United Kingdom: 468 " Romania: 428 " Croatia: 395 " Ukraine: 393 " United States: 393
24 Up for Discussion: The Potential of Online Education for Internationalization and Educational Migration Potential for the Internationalization of Higher Education Institutions Potential for (Educational) Migration International reputation- and brand-building Alumni-Marketing International cooperations among Higher Education Providers (and others) Inter-cultural learning and dialogue, international academic exchange A tool for (educational) migration (Cross-)disciplinary global exchange Transfer of academic degrees, online learning & assessments Mobility of students ( Global Freshman Year by ASU & EdX as the most recent example) h?p://www.academia.edu/ /mooc_emergente_formen_digitaler_lehre_aus_sicht_des_hochschulmarke)ngs!
25 Christian Friedrich Head of Project Management Leuphana Digital School Scharnhorststrasse Lüneburg +49 (4131)
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