MOOCs on MOOCs Level1-English Version

Social Science
Chao-Xi Hunag
Current Employment:
Associate Professor, Department of Information Engineering, National Yilan University
Co-Chair, MOOC Courses Quality Improvement Program, Ministry of Education

Educational Background and Experience:
Executive Director, MOOC Program, National Yilan University
Director, Multimedia Network Communication Digital Learning Graduate Program for Continuing Education, National Yilan University
Ministry of Education certified Continuing Education Master’s degree in Digital Courses and Digital Learning 

Online community (or social media) management, RFID, cloud technology information management, mobile device programming, parallel computing, high-energy physics

Shu-Ping Chang

Current Employment:

Associate Professor, Department of Multimedia Design, Chihlee University of Technology

Co-Chair, MOOC Courses Quality Improvement Program, Ministry of Education

International ATD digital materials certificate


Instructional Design, Education and Training Program, Digital Instructor Training, Digital Learning Introduction, Digital Textbook Design, Presentation Skills

Zhong-Xin Zhang
Current Employment:
Assistant Professor, School of Law, Soochow University
Chair, Ministry of Education MOOC Intellectual Property Rights Sub-program 

Educational Background and Experience:
PhD., Science and Technology Management, National Chiao Tung University
Assistant Professor and Director, Graduate Program of Intellectual Property Rights for Continuing Education, Dayeh University
Adjunct Supervisor, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Intellectual Property Office
Coordinator, Technical and Vocational Education, Ministry of Education

Intellectual property rights, science and technology law, education administration, management science

Nien-Lin Hsueh
Current Employment:
Associate Professor, Information Engineering, Feng Chia University 
Co-Chair, Ministry of Education MOOC Learning Data Analysis Program

Educational Background and Experience:
Ph.D., Department of Information Engineering, National Central University
Information Systems Development Team Leader, Feng Chia University 

Digital learning systems, software engineering

About this course

Course introduction MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are large-scale online open courses, of which the teaching materials are divided into small units and that include online discussion, practice assessment, assignments and other activities. This allows students to schedule their courses according to their own learning progress. In recent years, we have been planning a series of MOOCs on MOOCs courses, mainly to "share how to develop a MOOC course, in a series of MOOC courses." "MOOCs on MOOCs Level 1" is the first course we introduce; it covers understanding of what MOOC is, as well as the concept of intellectual property rights before we start planning MOOC. It also helps with familiarizing with the MOOC platform functions, how to plan courses, and how to select the appropriate variety of materials development methods, such as: self-made or team development, and how to operate and promote MOOCs. There are a total of six topics, which will guide you step by step to a complete understanding of MOOC and how to run them.

What you'll learn

Course objectives 
1. Understand MOOCs through case studies and experience sharing. 
2. Apply MOOC curriculum planning and design elements, implement teaching plans. 
3. Select appropriate multimedia materials, common MOOC teaching materials, practice instruction design. 
4. Recognize common self-made digital teaching materials, tools and applications. 
5. When necessary, plan a suitable process for development of collaborative digital teaching materials. 
6. Propose suitable online activities and promotional programs.

Target Learners

Target audience University teachers who are planning to offer or have recently offered MOOCs courses People who are interested in designing MOOCs.

Course Features

This course is taught by Huang Chaoxi, Chang Shuping, Zhang Zhongxin and HsuehNianlin, and invites teachers with MOOCexperience to share.
The icebreaker design of these materials can bring teachers together into more collaborative subgroups and can bring them closer to the actual practice.
In addition, the teaching materials of this course have also been developed in accordance with our proposed principles and methods and use a number of techniques such as self-made materials, handwritten materials, animation support, studio recording, etc. All this will allow you not only to have a basic concept, but also willprovide you with rich references.



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