Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : MOOC


Harmonizing The Bleneded Learning Activities By Using Moocart With Recommendation System (For The College Of Art– University Of Baghdad)

ISRAA AKRAM FADHIL; Seyed Morteza Babamir; Amer S. Elameer

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2400-2415

The objective of this research is to immediate an efficient strategy, in order to engage in the progression process of Iraqi higher education. The majority of the existing efforts that applied to enhance it, were restricted with the elderly methods of teaching and learning, and did not change the aged traditional framework and methods. The leading objective is to develop our learning methods and reduce the gap with worldwide universities that are progressed and developed learning and education. Executing the MOOCs system, which symbolizes a different appearance by having the qualities of e-learning and lifelong learning, will improve the learning process at the college of Arts at the first university in Iraq, which is the University of Baghdad, and the most significant role is to change it from the procedure of the old traditional learning systems. The plan is to design and perform a complete MOOCs system that competently helps and covers all Iraqi higher education necessities and the UNIVERSITY OF BAGHDAD (COLLEGE of ART), by using the most productive software and methods that minister to our foremost objective. Elameer-Idrus orbital e-education framework was used in the MOOCs designs.

The Use Of Educational Technology During COVID-19 Increases The Use Of Moocs As A Training Tool In Education

Ma José Flores Tena

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 457-465

Currently universities have been transforming the teaching model, developing Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), during the period of COVID-19 free courses have been offered to expand online learning. The objective is to know whether the use of MOOC courses has increased during the pandemic period and whether it has impacted learning and online skills. The new methodologies have adapted toteaching. Online learning is helping to access educational content and offering the possibility to combine with work.
In this article, you're interested in analyzing students' reflections on online teaching versus face-to-face learning. In order to analyze student reflection, quantitative research was conducted involving 150 university students entries registered in MOOC programs; among the results it is highlighted that the use of the courses has increased during this period having a high motivation in the study. In conclusion, it is highlighted that higher education has given a response to COVID by strengthening the new skills of university teachers.