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A study about a convergence development plan of MOOCs based e-learning in university

MOOCs에 기반한 대학이러닝의 융복합적 발전방안에 관한 연구

  • Choi, Mi-Na (Dept. of teaching profession, Cheongju University) ;
  • Roh, Hye-Lan (Dept. of education, Seowon University)
  • Received : 2015.05.06
  • Accepted : 2015.07.20
  • Published : 2015.07.28

Abstract

Nowadays, within the paradigm shift of e-learning, MOOCs service has been expanded among a number of global leading universities and this has affected our domestic universities' e-learning to look for different possibilities and new challenges. In consideration of our domestic educational condition, it is required to contemplate how university e-learning can be changed and developed with focus on MOOCs from the perspective of convergence development. This study suggests plans for convergence development in university e-learning based on MOOCs with conceptual model. We conducted the studies on relevant literature of university e-learning and MOOCs, expert consultation, SWOT analysis, survey for those involved of e-learning centers, etc. Through this process, we developed a final plan which integrates 'open advanced education course service', 'teaching and learning curation service', 'teaching and learning practice service', 'creative teaching and instruction method development and sharing service', and 'cloud based educational platform support service', etc with the perspective of convergence development. Also we designed convergence development plan based on MOOCs. It is assumed that the result of this research provides advanced plans for development of university e-learning and the base for further discussion of introduction and application of MOOCs service in domestic university.

Keywords

e-learning;K-MOOC;MOOCs;convergence;university e-learning;smart learning

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