MOOC & COOC - Creating Effective And Impactful Digital Training Programs

by 360Learning

Discover the key principles of Massive Open Online Courses and how to create effective and impactful digital training programs.

Key Chapters

  1. Introduction

    MOOC, MOOC, MOOC, it seems that everyone is talking about MOOCs. Massive Open Online Courses continue to intimidate the media, politicians, educational institutions and professionals alike. Historically, MOOCs have two founding pillars, one technical and the other ideological.

  2. What's A MOOC?

    Massive Open Online Courses are available online, often free of charge, and provided by recognizable institutions.

  3. COOCs

    - External COOCs
    - Internal COOCs
    - MOOCs for training organizations

  4. Structuring A Corporate MOOC: What Added Value?

    Let’s go in to more detail about what makes up a corporate MOOC. Programs last on average 4 to 8 weeks with 30 minutes to 4 hours of weekly coursework.

  5. Creating A MOOC Or A COOC: Step-By-Step Guide

    How you go about creating a MOOC/ COOC will depend on the company’s goals and resources made available to the team in charge of the project.

  6. Example MOOCs

    - What different course formats
    - A Typical Case Study
    - A Typical Course Exam Module
    - What about MOOCS?

  7. COOCs With 360Learning

Today, COOCs help organizations improve their brand image and enhance their attractiveness to potential employees. Furthermore, the idea that a company is openminded and that digital training is a core value will help win over the younger generation, including Generation Y that is notoriously hard to please.

Online has finally gone mainstream, and everyone is talking about MOOCs – but what about COOCs? In this comprehensive eBook by 360Learning, you’ll learn everything you need to know about Corporate Open Online Courses. It starts with their main types, their differences with traditional eLearning, and the business advantages that corporate MOOCs can provide. Then comes a step-by-step guide on how to create a MOOC or a COOC, followed by different course formats, a typical case study, and a specific example of course exam module. What more could you possibly need?

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Christopher Pappas
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