Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) have evolved over the last 5 years from free independent courses offered by premier institutions into various programs for, ie graduate and undergraduate credit, online degree programs, virtual course exchange credit, blended/flipped learning, professional certification and corporate training. Please join us for this workshop in order to exchange information/best practices on MOOCs and future developments with world-class institutional thought leaders to gain insight what lies ahead for MOOC2.0.
Tokyo Tech Ookayama Campus
Date March 3/22 (Thurs.) 10AM – 11:30
Room: West 9 bldg. room 213 (2nd floor)
Organizer: Tokyo Tech Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) /Online Education Development Office (OEDO)
Participation limited to Tokyo Tech staff, faculty and students
No prior registration needed
Further Information: OEDO, ext 3445, email@example.com
MC: Jeffrey Cross
10:00 Opening remarks, CITL Director, Akira Matsuzawa
MOOC2.0 at Stanford, Grace Lyo
Stanford offers a wide array of online and blended courses and programs. I'll describe the underlying goals and strategic initiatives, including a proposal to double the number of degrees awarded in the next 5 years.
Online Teaching and Learning at Columbia University: Past, Present, and Near-Future, Alexis Seeley
This presentation will give an overview of how technology is effecting teaching and learning both on campus and online at Columbia University. I will highlight anticipated changes in the educational landscape and discuss strategies and initiatives that Columbia University is pursuing to address those challenges and opportunities.
Lean MOOC production@ Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (UPV), Ignacio Despujol Zabala
How to organize a MOOC program to be able to produce 14 MOOCs in 3 months with a project manager and teaching assistant. In addition, will also talk about the UPV MOOC experience, on-going and future projects.
MOOC-making (tsukuri) @ Tokyo Tech, Jeffrey Cross
I will introduce the Tokyo Tech MOOC making approach, recent activity on MOOC learning analytics, MOOC learning management system technology developments, AEARU virtual credit exchange proposal, and plans for 2020.
11:25 Closing remarks, Virginia Vega Carrero, Vice-Rector for Digital Resources and Documentation of the Universitat Politècnica de València
Link to Speakers’ Biosketches