Make MOOCs Count for Higher Education
This Panel brings together three partners presenting different approaches to make the most out of MOOCs for Higher Education through examination and quality assurance measures. Learn about their common project INTEGRAL+ (Integration and Participation of Refugees in the Context of Digital Teaching and Learning Scenarios), funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research and its methods and tools. You are invited to identify more good practices and innovative solutions - and to contribute to an exchange on the European credit system (ECTS) and opportunities to validate non-formal learning with experts in the field. Among others, speakers will include:
Lübeck University of Applied Science, Germany
Anja Lorenz, born in 1984, studied media and computer science in Dresden, Germany. Since working as research associate at Chemnitz University of Technology, she analyses appearance and contexts of learning content. Within this development, her investigations include open forms of research, teaching and knowledge sharing as well. As co-author of the L3T project, host of one L3T 2.0 booksprint camp, participant of several EduCamps and member of the eScience network saxony, she promotes the openness of public research processes. With the Saxon Open Online Course (SOOC13) and Saxon Open Online Course in OPAL (SOOPAL), she is also host of c- and xMOOCs in higher education context.