From e-learning to MOOC: the AUKEE project case study
Magdalena Borys, Sybille Caffiau, Julie Dugdale, Maciej Laskowski, Sergio Luján-Mora, Brigitte Meillon, Marek Milosz, Malgorzata Plechawska-Wójcik
Abstract Book of the 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (Edulearn 2014), p. 799, Barcelona (Spain), July 7-9 2014. ISBN: 978-84-617-0556-6.
(EDULEARN'14a1) Congreso internacional / International conference
This paper presents a summary of the Leonardo da Vinci project called “GUI usability and accessibility: exchanging knowledge and experiences (AUKEE)”, which is realized in the cooperation between three European universities with an industrial partner. In particular the objectives of this paper are threefold. First, the concepts of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and its growing popularity are presented. The introduction of MOOC is complemented by discussion of the differences between traditional e-learning course and MOOC. Second, the process of course development in the project is demonstrated by focusing on work organization and used course structure. Moreover, the challenges and problems met throughout the project in international and multilingual team are discussed. Third, the elaborated project results in form of various types of course materials, online platform are presented.