LACE13: A Networked Curriculum Open Course

author: Stephanie Verbeken, KU Leuven
published: June 23, 2014,   recorded: April 2014,   views: 1590


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Literature and Change in Europe (LACE) is a network of seven institutions providing a common master course on Literature. Each of the partner institutions provide a module to the course, which is followed jointly by students at their respective institutions, collaborating over the web. LACE involves also physical mobility by teachers. In 2013 we launched LACE for the first time as a MOOC on the publicly available platform, where it is followed both by the regular, registered students at the participating universities as well as MOOC subscribers. The course provides peer interaction through assignments and forum discussions. Students who fullfill certain conditions receive a Certificate of Accomplishment. With this pilot we want to explore the interaction of MOOC subscribers and the regular university students, programmes and facilities. Lead partner is KU Leuven, Belgium. In this paper we will document our motivations, choices and the first experiences in setting up this pilot.

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