Building and Executing MOOCs: A practical review of Glasgow’s first two MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)
There is a growing body of research into MOOCs, and already a great deal available to read about the MOOC experiences of other education-providers. However, there is considerably less by way of specific, practical guidance in how to go about actually designing and developing a course of this type based on hands-on experience. Therefore, this document has been designed as a point of reference for future MOOC developments, allowing you to gain at least some insight into the process, resource and timing involved in producing a MOOC.
The document gives a praticle overview of the design and implementation of the University of Glasgow's first two MOOC's, which were delivered in the summer of 2014 by The College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (Cancer in the 21st Century: The Genomic Revolution) and The School of Law (Right vs Might in International Relations).