The 12 Week Schedule

Schedule of Expert Contributions

On May 8th we  launched a series of blog posts on this site from world renowned experts on MOOCs, all expressing their personal opinion about the topic of Quality of MOOCs.

The project follows simple rules: 12 weeks with each week featuring one new contribution, each contribution has to keep below 1500 words, each Wednesday noon there will be a new post and YOU all will have an opportunity to comment and discuss…

Here is the schedule

Date Expert

8.5.

Introductory post by Prof. Dr. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Alastair Creelman

15.5.

Stephen Downes
The Quality of MOOCs

22.5.

Dave Cormier, Web Technology Specialist for the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Forget the learner – how do I measure quality experience for ME!

29.5.

Prof. Asha Kanwar, President of Common Wealth of Learning, Canada, Dr. Venkataraman Balaji
An Experience of an Indian MOOC

5.6.

Prof. Dr. Grainne Conole, University Leicester, UK
A New Classification for MOOCs

12.6.

Claudia Bremer, Learning Technology Specialist, University Frankfurt, Germany
Keeping our promise

19.6.

Prof. Dr. Martin Weller, Institute of Educational Technology, Open University, UK
MOOCs & quality

26.6.

Julius Kvissberg (Student), Lund University, Sweden
MOOCs, a student perspective

3.7.

Paul Stacey,  Director Creative Commons
The pedagogy of MOOCs

10.7.

Wayne Macintosh, Director OER Foundation, New Zealand
Quality and the eye of the MOOC beholder

17.7.

Prof. Dr. Gilly Salmon, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Learning Transformations at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
MOOOCS – Massive Opportunities to Overcome Organisational Catastrophes 

24.7.

 Yves Epelboin, Professor at University P.M. Curie (Paris, France)
About MOOC in Europe

2.9.

Alastair Creelman, Ulf Ehlers, Ebba Ossiannilsson
MOOC quality – what have we learned?
            24.10 Ebba Ossiannilsson, Alastair Creelman, Ulf Ehlers
MOOCathon in Barcelona