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Tuesday, November 26 • 13:00 - 13:45
The Quality Reference Framework (QRF) for improving the design and evaluation of MOOCs

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Come to our poster presentation!
This poster introduces "The Quality Reference Framework (QRF) for the Quality of MOOCs". It was developed by the European Alliance for the Quality of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), called MOOQ.

MOOQ was started due to the huge demand for improving the quality of MOOCs from research as well as from practice (Daniel, 2012; Liyanagunawardena, Adams, & Williams, 2013; Gaskell, & Mills, 2014; Conole, 2015; Reich, 2015; Veletsianos, & Shepherdson, 2016; Stracke, 2017a, 2017b, 2018, 2019; Zawacki-Richter, Bozkurt, Alturki, & Aldraiweesh, 2018).

Overall, MOOQ could address and reach out to more than 100,000 MOOC learners, designers, facilitators and providers through dissemination and exploitation activities.

Main objective of MOOQ was the development of the QRF finalized and published in the year 2018 after more than three years of revisions. In close cooperation with leading international institutions and associations, MOOQ could involve in the QRF finalization more than 10,000 MOOC learners, designers, facilitators and providers through divers means including the Mixed Methods research with the Global MOOC Quality Survey (GMQS), the MOOQ presentations and workshops at regional, European and international conferences as well as communication and collaboration in traditional channels and social media. The QRF consists of three dimensions: Phases, Perspectives and Roles. They were carefully selected, discussed and agreed with all MOOC stakeholder groups to cover the different views, requirements and responsibilities during the lifetime of a MOOC.

The poster presents the two QRF quality instruments: the QRF Key Quality Criteria for MOOC experts and the QRF Quality Checklist for MOOC beginners.

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Christian M. Stracke

ICDE Chair in OER and Associate Professor for Open Education, Open University of the Netherlands
Dr. Christian M. Stracke is ICDE Chair in OER and Associate Professor for Open Education at the Welten Institute of the Open University of the Netherlands (OUNL) (www.ou.nl/web/welten-institute). In addition he is Advisory Professor at the East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai... Read More →

Tuesday November 26, 2019 13:00 - 13:45 CET
BL28 open space