Results of the CCK08 Course Tools Survey

About a year ago, I launched a survey on the use of the wide range of technological tools used within the Connectivism and Connective Knowledge Online Course (CCK08).

Thanks to all the respondents, I had a lot of significant data to work on!

I finally wrote a paper, The Technological Dimension of a Massive Open Online Course: The Case of the CCK08 Course Tools, trying to summarize the results and make some hypothesis on the findings.

The study has now been published in The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) in its Special Issue: Openness and the Future of Higher Education edited by David Wiley and John Hilton III.

IRRODL is an Open Access Journal published by the Athabasca University (Canada).

Hoping that it can be somehow useful for participants and facilitators of future Open Online Courses…

1 Response to “Results of the CCK08 Course Tools Survey”

  1. 1 Laura Colombo Nov 7th, 2009 at 10:27

    Thank you for sharing the results!
    The findings are remarkable and I agree with most of your conclusions. For example, it’s right to consider inappropriate the word “drop out” for those who couldn’t finish the course. I feel like an “as-needed-participant”, my aims were fulfilled after a few weeks: I wanted to try new challenging learning situations and reflect upon them… I’m still chewing over! 😉

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