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The Key Principles of MOOCs
What is a MOOC? Understand Corporate MOOCs or COOCs. What is the added value of MOOCs?
Creating a MOOC or a COOC: Step-by-Step Guide
Steps to follow when creating MOOCs. Different course formats. Case Studies. Typical Course Exam Modules.
Main differences between MOOC and traditional e-learning
For a corporate MOOC, rather than investing heavily in sophisticated graphics, focus on short, punchy formats that work well online. For example, to train a group of sales representatives on a new offer, a Wikipedia-style “cheat-sheet” focused on key information will be much more effective than a 5 minute animated video with flying planes or talking carrots.
Why? Because the online training interface is like any other website on the Internet: it is subject to competition. If learners need to wait 5 minutes to access the information they need to sell your products (since they are forced to watch a long video) whereas on Google, a simple click or two is enough to find the correct information, the battle is already lost. Learners must at no point feel that their time is being wasted. Internal COOCs are therefore unique in that they must respect this requirement of immediate knowledge accessibility.
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Loss of motivation
Smart Human Interactions in courses
Offline training on mobile
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Time for creating / rolling out an online course
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