What Can MOOCs Mean for the Corporate World?


Solution Architect, Center for Creative Leadership
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    Thu, Aug 08, 2013 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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MOOCs are the talk of the town in the higher education space, but what can they mean for corporate training? In this session we’ll go over
  • The ‘state-of-the-MOOC’ : the MOOC phenomenon has taken the higher education world by storm, and seems to trigger as much debate as participants. What are the emerging trends, platforms, proof of impact, statistics and business models?
  • What’s in a word? : What does MOOC mean to you? What is the essence behind the acronym? What could it mean for corporate training?
  • Imagine all the MOOCs : A few imaginary cases for MOOCs in corporate settings
  • What will it take? : What do we need to introduce a successful MOOC in corporations? Some golden advice given to us by early MOOC adopters as we were designing our LeaderMOOC (coming in September)

About Bert de Coutere

Bert’s professional life is all about competent people. He thinks, publishes, consults, speaks and sets up learning and development projects for corporations. He’s been active in the field of learning and e-learning for the last 12 years, first as instructor and course designer, later as project manager, consultant and development manager. He worked at IBM Learning Development Europe where he was responsible for commercial e-learning development projects across Europe, and the management of the learning innovation initiatives. Now he works for the Center for Creative Leadership as a Solutions Architect, designing a variety of custom leadership development experiences. He hold a degree as Commercial Engineer in Information Management (KULeuven) and an Executive MBA title from the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School. He is also part of the team behind LeaderMOOC.net. You’ll find him at homocompetens.blogspot.com.


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