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The Operation Mechanism And Countermeasures Research Of MOOC In Chinese University

Posted on:2016-11-11Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Q S GaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2297330461477501Subject:Education Technology
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Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is having a significant impact on higher education. Coursera、Udacity and Edx have appeared since 2012, For the world to provide the high quality education resource. Many countries also develop and construct the main body of the MOOC platform in the wave of MOOC actively. Chinese university and network platform also get involved actively, carrying out cooperation with the University. So, there are many MOOCs in china, in which there are some those are composed of national excellent course or Network video courses. In principle, this part is not a massive Open Online Course strictly. Because it must meet three characteristics:massive, open, online. The ture MOOC proposes the teaching mode of flip the classroom, Which is Using the online and offline interactive teaching. It gives the students good freedom and resources, choosing the most suitable for their own learning style. There are some standard MOOC platform in the MOOCs and have obvious Chinese characteristics. But there are many problems in the entire process. For example, the different understanding of MOOC deviation, the lack of communication between teachers and students, low learning efficiency. On the basis of many advantages and problems of the MOOC, we take the allied courses in East and west as example and analyse its background and its sponsors, the allied courses technical support, the operational mode and the institutional Security. At last,I take a general course of allied course of east and west——<Ideological and moral cultivation and the legal base>, Clarifing the operational mechanism of curriculum closely. As for how to make the MOOC platform more localized and efficient, I put forward the three big modules to enhance the MOOC from the government, school and enterprise and propose the MOOC’s future prospects.
Keywords/Search Tags:MOOC, the allied colleges and universities, sharing of teaching resources, hybrid teaching mode
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