Complex resources in MOOCs: structural and behavioral integration approach

Abstract : The resources proposed in the MOOCs (Massive Open On- line Course) are passive and not motivating (pdf, video). In order to increase the learners’ motivation, the integration of complex resources (serious game, remote laboratory) in the MOOCs platforms becomes crucial. In fact, following a course in a video or in a pdf is associated to the theorical learning while performing a remote laboratory or a serious game is associated to a practical, dynamic and playful learning. However, these resources have a complex use. In this work, we propose an approach of integration of this type of resources based on structural integration and behavioral integration. This approach was tested in a MOOC platform (Claroline Connect) for the integration of both a remote laboratory and serious game.
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Sahar Msaed, Philippe Pernelle, Chokri Ben Amar, Thibault Carron. Complex resources in MOOCs: structural and behavioral integration approach. ICWL 2016 - International Conference on Web-based Learning, Oct 2016, Roma, Italy. ⟨hal-01372228⟩

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