MOOC recordings at our Malaysian partners

After extensive training programmes and intense months of preparations, our Malaysian partners have kicked off production of the planned MOOC by shooting of the first videos that will be used as part of the MOOC. The target group for this course are single mothers, women who are solely responsible for raising their children and managing …

Staff Capacity Building Programme Report

The “Staff Capacity Building Programme” is part of work package 2(WP2), “Development: Capacity Building Programme”, whose objective is to significantly increase the capacity of the Partner Universities in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines to design, develop, deliver and evaluate various types of MOOC-based educational services through three dimensions: (1) acquisition of technological infrastructure, (2) upgrade …

Institutional Development Plans and Infrastructure Development

Following the feasibility study and as part of the capacity building programme, each of the six partner Universities has developed an Institutional Development Plan, covering infrastructure development needs, human capacity building plan, potential administrative reforms, as well as other steps to be taken within the project and beyond to enable the sufficient capacity to develop …

Recommendations for MOOC development in SE Asian countries: Report

As the Southeast Asia region has been rapidly developing in the past 20 years, studies have confirmed that all countries of the region face similar problems affecting access to and quality of educational systems. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) can be a solution (some argue – the solution) to the regional educational problems. This report summarizes …

MOOCs Feasibility in Southeast Asia: Report

The Southeast Asia region has been rapidly developing in the past 20 years. Economic development triggered fundamental educational reforms in all countries of Southeast Asia. At the same time, studies have confirmed that all countries of the region face similar problems affecting access to and quality of educational systems: growing disparity between wealthiest and poorest, urban and …