Slides for Final Oral Defense – The Evolution & Impact of Massive Open Online Courses
Tomorrow (3/6, 11AM) I will present the full findings of my dissertation research study, The Impact & Evolution of Massive Open Online Courses, at my final oral defense in partial fulfillment of the Doctorate of Education at Pepperdine University. I have attached the slides I will use as foundation for my 20-minute presentation.
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As the presentation is designed for the dissertation committee, there are some logistical aspects I ignore or assume rather than spell out in the slides, but I believe the slides can be viewed without full knowledge of the inherency, literature review and methodology of the research. However, I do plan to share the dissertation document upon library clearance.
If you have any questions, comments, fears, trepidations or items you would like clarification on or wish to challenge/question, please feel free to use the comment section. I will address them here as well as in the defense. Perhaps we will even run the defense on #DS106 Radio.
I look forward to the opportunity to discuss the research with my committee, and over the coming weeks and months, the EdTech community and its various branches and connections (including Higher Education, Educational Business, Computer Science, etc.)
Posted on: March 5, 2014admin