Mooc

René Pickhardt on November 4th, 2014

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Last year we have created a MOOC on Web Science. We had chosen Wikiversity as a platform for hosting the MOOC. The reason for this was the high trust we had in the Wikimedia foundation strengthening the open movement. The main problem we experienced with Wikiversity was that the [...]

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Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: I understand that the following article is written in a very personal way. But this thing seems to me so unjust that it is just unbelievable. So this is my sad story of me trying to bring free educational resources to the world and having Microsoft indirectly not allowing [...]

Continue reading about Copyright violations: Videos from our OER Web Science MOOC deleted from Wikimedia commons

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: 2 months ago I started to create the Web Science MOOC and now you can join our MOOC as a student. We will start online streamed  flipped classroom lessons on October 29th. Our MOOC is truely open meaning that all the teaching material will be provided as open educational [...]

Continue reading about Web Science MOOC – first lessons about Ethernet and Internet Protocol online

René Pickhardt on September 14th, 2013

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: I would like to have an discussion with people that have experience or are interested in MOOCs and Wikiversity. The goal is to checkout the possibilities for creating (otherwise over commercialized) MOOCs in an OER environment (especially wikiversity). Background: According to my former blog post there are  3 ways for creating [...]

Continue reading about MOOCs at Wikiversity: A Barcamp proposal for #OERde13

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: This article on open and free platforms to host your MOOC belongs to the entire series: comparison of places to host your MOOC. As already mentioned there are only a few platforms which really belong to the category of open educational resources. The term is described in the Wikipedia [...]

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René Pickhardt on July 24th, 2013

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: As many of you know and voted (thanks for that) Steffen and I tried to get a MOOC fellowship in order to create a web science MOOC. Even though our application was not successful we decided that online teaching in the MOOC format is suitable for the web science [...]

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Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: As writen before Steffen and I participated in the online voting for the MOOC fellowship. Today the competition finished and I would like to say thank you to everyone who so far participated in the voting in particular to the 435 people supporting our course. I did never image [...]

Continue reading about Analyzing the final and intermediate results of the iversity MOOC Fellowship online voting

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: I am asking you for a big favor in this blog post! You can help me to achieve one of my childhood dreams: I am an enthusiastic teacher and love to share information (as you might have seen by reading my blog) Over the last month I have designed [...]

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René Pickhardt on May 1st, 2013

The slides of my talk in the web science education workshop can be found here. The talk was about two things: Our application for the web science mooc (

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