Quality Digital Education for Lifelong Learning
MOOC developed under Open Education for Better World (OE4BW), University of Nova Gorica & the UNESCO Chair in Open Technologies in Collaboration with St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, Mumbai, India 400 020
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Course Author and Developer: Dr Bijoy K Thomas, Assistant Professor, St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, Mumbai, India / linkedin.com/in/bijoy10
Mentor of the Project: Dr Mahesh Koltame, Assistant Professor, P.V.D.T. College of Education for Women, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai / linkedin.com/in/dr-mahesh-koltame-aa30681a2
Asia Hub Coordinators: Prof. Vasudha Kamat & Dr Jayashree Shinde
Duration of the course: 35 hours / Credits: 2 Credits
Course Fees: Free
Target group profile: Inservice teachers, Graduate & Postgraduate students of higher education
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Project: Open Education for Better World (OE4BW), University of Nova Gorica & the UNESCO Chair in Open Technologies
Certificate issued by St. Xavier’s Institute of Education: www.sxie.info
Course available: https://eduoer.in/
Date of release: 22nd May 2021
Aim of the Course:
The aim of the course is to provide a cognitive and practical understanding of the principle of ‘Openness’ of education in digital education. The openness of education is vital for inclusive and lifelong education.
Objectives of the Course
The course learning objectives are to
- examine the characteristics of digital education
- formulate a plan to respond to the need of the educational community
- justify the role of MOOC in the digital education context
- analyze the significance of digital education in lifelong learning
- design and develop an open digital education
Structure and Nature of the Course
The open education course developed in this program is divided into three modules. Each module is again subdivided into four subunits. The total duration of the course is 35 hours, inclusive of assignment tasks and evaluation. The course modules are
- Digital Lifelong Education: Epistemological Positions
- Massive Open Online Course in the Digital Lifelong Learning
- Digital Education in Practice
The module of the course is designed with PPPA format. PPPA format includes the stages of Prepare, Present, Practice and Assess. The course is focused on the practical application of digital education. Reinforcement assignment tasks along with evaluation are included in this course. In each stage, reflective questions are asked to the participants to self-reflect and contemplate on their learning. The course is organized for Postgraduate students under the Faculty of Education. Simultaneously, other learning communities may use this resource for deeper practical understanding.
Nature of Educational Resources
The open education program satisfies diverse learners with various learning styles. The course is developed with different available open online sources viz., text resources, open e-books, e-journals, videos, self-made video resources, diagrams, pictorial representation etc. At the same time, the author had also written detailed self-reflective conceptual understanding about each subtopic.
Delivery of the Course
A cloud-based Learning Management System is used for delivering this course. The cloud-based platform is integrated with various online tools for discussion, comments and evaluation
Assessment and Certification
The Institute will award a course completion certificate to those participants who have completed the course and assignments. For the completion certificate, a participant must submit at least one assignment task from each module (three assignment tasks), complete all evaluation quiz with 60% marks, participate in at least three discussion forums, and complete the course feedback form.
A course participation certificate will be awarded to participants who have completed any one quiz evaluation, participated in any one discussion forum, and completed the course feedback form.
Pre-Course Survey Form