Contextes et stratégies de médiatisation des MOOC de France Université Numérique : influences sur la conception et la scénarisation pédagogique

EMMANUEL BURGUETE, VIVIANA URREGO

Abstract

The objective of this study is to identify the contexts and strategies that guide designers in the creation of MOOC. A thematic and lexicometric analysis was conducted on the discourse of 15 MOOC designers from France Université Numérique. The aim was to gain insights into their decision-making processes regarding the adoption of either a teacher-centered pedagogy or an active pedagogy approach. Key variables such as the academic model, team composition, training, and the role of learning designers emerged as significant factors. Further research is necessary to deepen our understanding and quantify these influences in the field of MOOC design.

Keywords

MOOC, instructional design, pedagogical scenario, Active Pedagogy, Microlearning

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