Take the Corporate MOOC plunge - May 2014
The disruptive power of MOOCs: extensive use of video-based tutorials, massive expansion of social learning, the increased emphasis on assessment, and universal access. These are just some of the reasons behind the huge success of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), both in education and, increasingly, in the business world.
So what do you need to start your very own Corporate MOOC? What should its design be? What are the conditions for success? What subjects should it cover? How should learners be assessed? How can a MOOC integrate with your already-existing training plan, and what precautions should you take? And how can MOOCs be used to help Learning and Development departments improve their training provision?
This white paper is brought to you by Vodeclic and Féfaur, a European e-Learning research and consultancy firm, and is based on real-world experience of the key issues affecting desktop skills training.