|Autors: Grosseck G., Holotescu C., Bran R., Ivanova, M. S.|
Title: A Checklist for a MOOC Activist
Keywords: MOOC, higher education, design, skills, competences
Abstract: In spite of the fast development of eLearning and distance learning in our countries (Romania and Bulgaria), the MOOC phenomenon is not popular enough among educational actors: teachers, researchers, students, lifelong learners or policy makers. More specifically MOOCs are not integrated in the area of higher education at curriculum level. While in Bulgaria there is no research that can confirm or reject the important role of MOOCs for introduction of new reforms, for needs of scientific explorations and for implementation of innovative solutions in university settings, in Romania the situation is a bit different: there are some initiatives related to Open Education. In this context, the paper presents the authors’ learning experience as MOOCs activists. We have tried to map/identify which design approaches suit us both at individual and institutional level, by proposing a step-by-step approach that we called the „P-OOC Checklist” of a MOOC activist.
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