Published: June 17, 2016
Time: 00:01:50 Minutes : Seconds
Category: Science and Technology
Description: This animation is set in a college dorm room. Nancy and Noreen Netiquette discuss Mooc netiquette rules.
The Information Age is a Mooc figuratively speaking. There are many colleges that offer this type of class. There are specialized domains that offer them as well.
Conventions for course learning center around acquiring knowledge from alternate sources with little guidance. Teachers and professors set the tone. Students find the answers themselves. They help each other.
These type of classes provide access to higher education most participants cannot otherwise afford. It is not just that they are free. The main reason cited for taking online courses is convenience.
Working professionals, men and women with families, and the poor can learn something new in this type of course. They are truly for everyone.
Take notes from lectures, slides, and other material provided. More »
Study homework as if it were part of a textbook. More »
Study quizzes as if they were part of a textbook. More »
Look for answers to questions in discussions. More »
Accept contact requests from classmates. More »
The guidelines for big online classes center around community learning. Each course is its own community. It is in the best interest of the members to help each other.
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