This week I'm attending the Learning with MOOCs: A practitioner's workshop in Cambridge (MA, USA). The website describes this workshop as:
This workshop plans to bring together the educators, technologists, researchers, learning scientists, entrepreneurs, and funders of MOOCs to share their innovations, discuss the impact on education and to answer questions such as: How to best support students to learn in an online environment? How can MOOCs be successfully integrated with the traditional classroom experience? For which students and in what contexts are these courses most effective? What can we learn from the rich data streams generated by these platforms? How do we structure the learning activities to produce data streams that better support research?
Because not everyone can attend the conference, the conference is (partly) live streamed via MIT Webcast (time zone is US East Coast). Interesting is that it brings people together from all the different platforms.
For me it is also a good opportunity to catch up with the people at EdX and meet some friends from MIT. And we have some nice summer weather :-)
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