Visualizing a cMOOC

Fred Bartels, Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week, May 16, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Interetsing 15 minute video demonstrating a graphgical and visual representation of a cMOOC. Its all pretty much what we would expect (and I like how they captured not just the connections between people in the ubiquitous network graph but also the artifacts created by participants during the course). It is important to recognize that every cMOOC is different. But thinking about my recent post on evaluating MOOCs, it's easy to see how we could just look at these representations and recognize whether it was a good MOOC or not - not by 'course outcomes' (properly so-called) but by the design and structure of the MOOC that resulted.

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