I am delighted to announce that the University of London has just published its annual report on its Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) development and performances in 2014.
This 48 page report, prepared by our colleagues in the Academic Project Management team, looks at the data of 9 MOOCs (5 new and 4 re-runs) developed by the University of London in collaboration with Lead Colleges and also covers the objectives behind the University’s strategy for MOOCs.
- In our report you will find:
statistical analysis on 9 of the MOOCs developed by the University of London in collaboration with Lead Colleges, which ran in 2014 on Coursera
- the University of London’s objectives for developing MOOCs and its progression against these goals
- details on our MOOC conversion figures (i.e. students who registered on our MOOCs and then later registered on a paying degree courses)
- analysis and comparisons between multiple sessions of the MOOCs which have run across concurrent years: 2013 and 2014
- data showing that learner satisfaction across our MOOCs was very positive (on average 95% rated the courses as excellent, very good or good)
The report can be accessed via our website: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/mooc_report_2014.pdf.
I hope you will enjoy reading it and if you have any comments or insights then please do not hesitate to get in touch.