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|Section 1: Introduction|
Welcome to the course, about the instructor, and the learning objectives.</b>
Define a "MOOC".
|Section 2: Finding MOOCs|
Browse courses on Coursera, search for a course by keyword, filter the results, and review the course information.
Identify the educational institutions that deliver MOOCs on Coursera, find out more information about them, and determine the courses they offer.
|Find courses from multiple providers at a MOOC aggregator such as MOOC List or Class Central.|
|Section 3: Getting started|
Sign up to a MOOC on Coursera, and add yourself to the watchlist.
See the courses in which you have enrolled, the courses you have completed, and the courses for which you are on the watchlist.
|Un-enroll from a MOOC in Coursera.|
|Section 4: What a MOOC looks like|
|Take a tour of a real MOOC.|
|Learn socially via local meetups and social media.|
|Section 5: Q&A with Ryan Tracey|
The role of MOOCs in democratising education.
Impact on universities
Opportunities for the corporate sector
Tips for teachers
Tips for L&D pro's
|Tips for moocers|
The future of MOOCs
|Section 6: Resources|
|Download readings and web links.</b>|
|Section 7: Farewell|
|Congratulations and thank you!</b>|
Ryan Tracey is an E-Learning Manager in the financial services industry, an Advisory Board Member for eLearn Magazine, and a Review Panellist for the Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT).
Ryan's work focuses on adult learning in the workplace, and he maintains a particular interest in blended delivery, informal learning and social media. He has worked in corporate e-learning for over a decade, following several years in the higher education market.
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