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eMOOC 2014 the Second MOOC European Stakeholders Summit, February 10-12, 2014 in Lausanne (Switzerland). http://www.emoocs2014.eu

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<ul><li> 1. abiertaUGR: modelling online learning communities Miguel Gea, Rosana Montes mgea@ugr.es, rosana@ugr.es Centro de Enseanzas Virtuales, h8p://cevug.ugr.es, Universidad de Granada #EMOOCs2014 http://www.slideshare.net/mgea/abiertaugr-modelling-online-learning-communities abiertaUGR: Modelling online learning communities - 1 - </li> <li> 2. Learning Ecosystems Analogic Digital University X Formal EHEA (Erasmus) University Prac4ce Non-formal University X University Universidad Universidad Learning Communi4es OER abiertaUGR: Modelling online learning communities - 2 - </li> <li> 3. (the role of) MOOC Where we learn? How we learn? What we learn? http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathplourde/8620174342/ - Quality - Purpose - Recognition (How to measure: Attendees, Fees ) (Replace VS complement formal learning) (By whom?) abiertaUGR: Modelling online learning communities - 3 - </li> <li> 4. MOOC map in Spain abiertaUGR: Modelling online learning communities - 4 - </li> <li> 5. The past (?) eLearning at Universities SWOT ANALYSIS! PEDAGOGY TECHNOLOGY ORGANISATION STRENGHT e-learning is part of the Improve access to Unit of elearning in universities mainstream learning resources, Better communication, Support to the teacher Students more active as Accessibility learner, use of ICT Repositories sharing WEAKNESS Technology driven rather Different learning Institutional strategies (ICT than pedagogy ? solutions (LMS) support, teach vs research) Management&amp;changes Staff resistance of change Plagiarism? OPORTUNITIES Internacionalisation Scope for innovation National/International cooperation (mlearning, social Need of good practices, and networks, gaming) e-University collaborations Flexible programs THREADS Need of cultural change (digital identity) New skills for learning ICT Obsolescence Fast changes Technology cost Copyrights Funding needs abiertaUGR: Modelling online learning communities - 5 - </li> <li> 6. The future (?) MOOC at Universities WEAKNESS STRENGTH 17 of Top30 Universities support MOOC Global learning strategy Large Market (english /spanish / french) for learning THREADS OPPORTUNITIES Competitors with other non-formal learning proposal (KhanAcademy, wikipedia, youtube edu) University may loose visibility on Internet as a learning academy Sustainable model of learning? Low Completion rate (</li></ul>