Proceedings of the European Stakeholder Summit on experiences and best practices in and around MOOCs (EMOOCS 2016)

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Conference Proceeding of th 4h European MOOC Summit in Graz, Austria. Webpage: http://emoocs2016.eu

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Michael Kopp, Anja Lorenz & Marco Kalz (Eds.)
Proceedings of the
EUROPEAN STAKEHOLDER SUMMIT
on experiences and best practices
in and around MOOCs
(EMOOCS 2016)
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Proceedings of the
EUROPEAN STAKEHOLDER SUMMIT
on experiences and best practices in and around MOOCs
(EMOOCS 2016)
Graz, 2016
Editors
Mohammad Khalil, Martin Ebner, Michael Kopp, Anja Lorenz & Marco Kalz
ISBN
9783739237107
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Table of contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 11
Research Track
Learning in MOOCs: A Comparison Study .................................................................. 15
Colin Milligan, Allison Littlejohn & Nina Hood
Exploring learning objectives at scale through concept mapping
of MOOC learner discussions ........................................................................................ 27
Silvia Elena Gallagher & Timothy Savage
An Experiment in Automated Proctoring ...................................................................... 41
Thomas Staubitz, Ralf Teusner, Jan Renz & Christoph Meinel
Measuring completion and dropout in MOOCs:
A learner-centered model .............................................................................................. 55
Leslie Huin, Yann Bergheaud, Pierre André Caron,
Alexandra Codina & Eric Disson
eMOOCs for Personalised Online Learning: A Diversity Perspective .......................... 69
Tanja Jadin & Martina Gaisch
Driving Learner Engagement and Completion within MOOCs:
A Case for Structured Learning Support ....................................................................... 81
Syed Munib Hadi & Rebecca Rawson
New model for measuring MOOCs completion rates .................................................... 95
Syed Munib Hadi & Phillip Gagen
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Enhancing MOOC Videos: Design and Production Strategies .................................... 107
Alexandre Guedes da Silva, Ana Moura Santos,
Fernando Albuquerque Costa & Joana Viana
A research agenda for exploring MOOCs and change in higher education
using Socio-Technical Interaction Networks ............................................................... 123
Steve White & Su White
Towards Predicting Success in MOOCs: Programming Assignments ........................135
Kshitij Sharma, Łukasz Kidzinski, Patrick Jermann & Pierre Dillenbourg
Supporting Diverse Learner Goals through Modular Design
and Micro-Learning ..................................................................................................... 149
Matthew Leach, Syed Munib Hadi & Adam Bostock
Describing MOOC-based Hybrid initiatives:
The H-MOOC Framework .......................................................................................... 159
Mar Pérez-Sanagustín, Isabel Hilliger, Carlos Alario-Hoyos,
Carlos Delgado Kloos & Saif Rayyan
A Conceptual Business Model for MOOCs Sustainability
in Higher Education ..................................................................................................... 173
Nor Fadzleen Sa Don, Rose Alinda Alias & Naoki Ohshima
The MOOC Production Fellowship: Reviewing the first German
MOOC funding program ............................................................................................. 185
Anja Lorenz
Are higher education students registering and participating in MOOCs?
The case of MiríadaX .................................................................................................. 197
Laia Albó, Davinia Hernández-Leo & Miquel Oliver
What Questions are MOOCs asking? An Evidence-Based Investigation .................... 211
Eamon Costello, Mark Brown & Jane Holland
Gamified Competition Features for Corporate MOOCs: The Battle Mode ................. 223
Jessica Dehler Zufferey, Hamed Alavi, Łukasz Kidzinski & Pierre Dillenbourg
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Multicriteria Decision Aid Approach to
“Referent Learners” Identification within a MOOC .................................................... 237
Sarra Bouzayane & Inès Saad
Influence of employer support for professional development
on MOOCs enrolment and completion: Results from a cross-course survey .............. 251
Jonatan Castano-Munoz, Marco Kalz, Karel Kreijns & Yves Punie
Portraying MOOCs Learners: a Clustering Experience
Using Learning Analytics ............................................................................................ 265
Mohammad Khalil, Christian Kastl & Martin Ebner
Experience Track
How to integrate and automatically issue Open Badges in MOOC platforms ............ 279
Mario Wüster & Martin Ebner
“Clinical Supervision with Confidence”: Exploring the potential
of MOOCs for faculty development ............................................................................ 287
Veena Rodrigues & Sam Leinster
Bringing together MOOCs and e-books: theoretical considerations
and a concrete educational scenario ............................................................................. 297
Michael Raunig & Elke Lackner
Distributed teaching: Engaging learners in MOOCs ................................................... 305
Ann-Kathrin Watolla
Interactive activities: the key to learning programming with MOOCs ........................ 319
Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Carlos Delgado Kloos, Iria Estévez-Ayres,
Carmen Fernández-Panadero, Jorge Blasco, Sergio Pastrana,
Guillero Suárez-Tangil & Julio Villena-Román
How can motivation and completion rates be improved in a MOOC?
Data analysis of IFP School’s first two interactive MOOCs ....................................... 329
Maria Thirouard, Olivier Bernaert & Lucie Dhorne
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