Attribution

This course has been developed by The Open University (UK) in collaboration with partners in Dida (Italy) and The National Unions of Students in Europe (Belgium) for the bizMOOC Project. The course mostly reuses resources already available online, as detailed below:


Week 1

Featured image: Learning to ride, by Olle Svensson, CC BY-NC 2.0

Learner stories, taken from Learner Experiences with MOOCs and Open Online LearningCC BY-NC 3.0.

How do you learn?, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Setting SMART goals, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Developing your action plan, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Learning journals, adapted from Learning to learn: Planning for personal change, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.


Week 2

Featured image: Say MOOC by Audrey Watters, CC BY-SA 2.0

What is a MOOC? Video by Neal Gillis - Research by Bonnie Stewart, Alexander McAuley, George Siemens and Dave Cormier. Created through funding received by the University of Prince Edward Island through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's "Knowledge Synthesis Grants on the Digital Economy", CC BY.

How to take a MOOC infographic, by The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, MOOC project, 2015-2016, University of Cape Town, CC BY 4.0 ZA.

Assessing MOOCs, adapted from 'How do I measure the quality of the MOOC on offer?', bizMOOC Book Guidelines, CC BY-SA.

Success in a MOOC, written and narrated by Dave Cormier. Video by Neal Gillis. Researchers: Dave Cormier, Alexander McAuley, George Siemens and Bonnie Stewart. Created through funding received by the University of Prince Edward Island through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's "Knowledge Synthesis Grants on the Digital Economy", CC-BY.


Week 3

Featured image: Head Skill, by Aikawa Ke, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Information in a digital age, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Digital skills and digital literacy, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

A framework for digital skills, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Reflection: Take stock of your digital skills, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.


Week 4

Featured image: Time moves forward, by Neal Fowler, CC BY-NC 2.0.

Your digital identity, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Tips to improve your digital footprint, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

How well do you trust your sources?, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Dealing with information overload, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Media to communicate and collaborate online, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

LinkedIn, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.



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