How EDEN is Helping to Map the European MOOC Territory

Opening up the education system has been embraced by European Governments and institutions throughout the continent as a main goal of the decade. As I’ve already mentioned in previous posts this bold challenge is speeding up considerably the transformation in our field as open and digital learning becomes mainstream. A major driver for this development has been the extraordinary and to some extent unexpected impact of MOOCs, or better said open education at (large) scale. As the recent EDENRW8 in Oxford has demonstrated, a European alternative approach to massive open education is slowly but consistently emerging. As a result we need to consolidate what can be a European vision for open education at scale. One that combines Europe’s cultural values with our legacy of research in open and distance learning. One that mixes internationalization with the promotion of social inclusion and also educational innovation and transformation… Read full post

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