The seven things MIT learned from 69 million video MOOC sesions

18 Dec 2014 3:28 PM | Mollie O'Neill (Administrator)

Researchers at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) studied how students interacted with 69 million MOOC (Massive Open Onlline Course).


Students like shorter videos and  they like to see a person - so yeah, a talking head is preferred to a series of slides with no personal presence.


For a summary of the seven major findings and recommendations: http://www.briguslearning.ca/NewsandResources/Tidbits.aspx


To read the researchers' paper: How Video Production Affects Student Engagement: An Empirical Study of MOOC Videos

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