How (the MOOC) and Other Online Innovations are Transforming Learning

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Over the past few years, we’ve seen many new approaches in the online dimensions of teaching and learning. Phenomena like the MOOC, learning analytics, and new concepts such as personalized and adaptive learning are generating not only tactical innovations, but also entirely new models for teaching and learning in higher education. Some of these are transformative, with implications for blended and face-to-face learning environments.

Join this tour of cases from the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative’s focus session on transformative online innovations to include learner analytics readiness, service blueprinting, adaptive learning, and new research findings that support enhanced online learning. We’ll discuss each method or process, the outcomes they’ve produced, and consider how it might apply to local contexts.

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  • Veronica Diaz, EDUCAUSE, ELI, USA

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