Lessons from MOOCs for corporate learning
Explore what aspects of learning design can be drawn from MOOCs and applied effectively to learning in the corporate world to support the demands of today’s learners.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have become increasingly popular in recent years as a part of the corporate training model. The landscape for learning has been enhanced by using online courses and offer corporate learning and development opportunities for managing learning.
This report explores and investigates MOOCs; the successes of this in transforming learning, its relation to compliance training and how this can be further enhanced.
In this report, we seek to:
- Provide information on MOOCs successes and where there is room for further growth and expansion
- Highlight the ways they can be incorporated into learning landscapes
- Understand how MOOCs have enhanced and transformed traditional learning approaches
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