Coursera and the Future of Free Massive Open Online Courses (2013-2014)

This project team prepared and implemented two Coursera courses in introductory chemistry and statistics, developing modules, investigating alternative means of conveying information and probing the future of online education through research.

Timing

2013-2014

Team Outcomes

Understanding the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Student Experience: An Examination of Attitudes, Motivations, and Barriers (Heather B. Shapiro, Clara H. Lee, Noelle E. Wyman Roth, Kun Li, Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel, Dorian A. Canelas. 2017. Computers & Education 110:35-50)

See related team, Coursera and the Future of Free Massive Open Online Courses (2014-2015).

/faculty/staff Team Members

  • Dorian Canelas, Arts & Sciences-Chemistry*
  • Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel, Arts & Sciences-Statistical Science*

/undergraduate Team Members

  • Maria Carvajal, Chemistry (BS)
  • Brittany Cohen
  • Florian Craan
  • Clara Lee, Chemistry (BS)
  • Gabrielle Levac, Statistical Science (BS)
  • Shucao Mo
  • Heather Shapiro, Statistical Science (BS), Computer Science (BSE2)
  • William Trautman
  • Anthony Weishampel, Statistical Science (BS)