By Jean-Charles Pomerol, Yves Epelboin, Claire Thoury
MOOCs (Massive on-line Open classes) are shaking up the conventional kinds of basic and carrying on with schooling and coaching. those new distance instructing instruments which reap the benefits of the net and social community revolution are making us reconsider approximately how we educate and study.
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This does not include the time needed to transfer these exercises into the quiz system used by the platform in question. The animation of the course (by the community manager) corresponds to around 6 hours per week, so 48 hours in total. Note that a face-to-face course requires 4 hours of preparation per 1½-hour session of applied work. It is in this area, therefore, that a MOOC can represent a saving in terms of university education. With students working by themselves, being tested by means of quizzes and online homework, the traditional applied-work classes are replaced by less frequent meetings to make the point and follow everybody’s work in a non-anonymous fashion.
We can estimate that 8 hours of video require around 240 hours of editing and montage. This evaluation is based on our experience of putting on quality courses. The estimations given by the EPFL are similar, although slightly less because in their case, the recording is automated, with the professor moving around a studio designed specifically for the purpose, and different cameras are used . However, these post-production times also depend on the tools used. e. 32 hours, for 8 hours of video. It is certainly true that the more we reduce the time devoted to production and editing, the more the quality suffers, and increasingly, the end result begins to look like a simple filmed version of an oral lecture, without illustrations on paper, tablet or interactive whiteboard.
Short textual quotes may be used, with a clear indication of authorship, but for any graphs, images or other illustrations, it is imperative to obtain permission from the rights holders. Finding those rights holders and obtaining authorization from them is a full-time job in itself, and in practically impossible; it is therefore quicker and more effective to simply redraw the illustrations, but it is not possible to do that for photos. g. in geography or geology. One final point: most MOOCs, or at least xMOOCs, are organized with a set rhythm, week by week.