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1st workshop: 27 May 2014, London Knowledge Lab

posted Apr 3, 2014, 6:48 AM by Yishay Mor   [ updated Apr 8, 2014, 3:22 PM ]
This is the 1st workshop of the CDE MOOC Design project. This project aims to explore, define and articulate the emerging design principles and patterns that underpin the development and delivery of massive open online courses (MOOCs), and to demonstrate them by application to the design of new MOOCs or elements of MOOCs.

We will do this by bringing together the diverse but complimentary perspectives that will include designers, deliverers, researchers, learners and tutors who are engaged in MOOCS and Open and Distance Learning more broadly.

To facilitate the effective exchange of design knowledge within this community, we will utilise the SNaP! methodolgy, and the Participatory Pattern Workshop format (see below). Prior to this workshop, we will collect design narratives of MOOC participants, facilitators, developers and stakeholders. At the workshop we will review these narratives and extract recurring patterns of challenges and the possible methods of their resolution.

Register for the workshop at: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/untangling-mooc-designs-from-narratives-to-patterns-tickets-11170867365

Visit our google+ page for an open discussion about this event.

Please register at http://ilde.upf.edu/moocs/ and share your design narratives of MOOCs you have taken part in as a designer, developer, facilitator, learner or in any other role.

Mor, Y.; Mellar, H.; Warburton, S. & Winters, N., ed. (2014), Practical Design Patterns for Teaching and Learning with Technology , Sense , Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei .

Mor, Y. (2013), SNaP! Re-using, sharing and communicating designs and design knowledge using Scenarios, Narratives and Patternsin Rosemary Luckin; Peter Goodyear; Barbara Grabowski; Sadhana Puntambekar; Niall Winters & Joshua Underwood, ed., 'Handbook of Design in Educational Technology' , Routledge, , pp. 189-200

Mor, Y.; Warburton, S. & Winters, N. (2012), 'Participatory Pattern Workshops: A Methodology for Open Learning Design Inquiry', Research in Learning Technology 20.

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