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Potentials and barriers in the robotized MOOC-development- Part I.

Leading article: 2021. March (MIAU No. 271.)
(Previous article: MIAU No. 270.)

Keywords: KNUTH, stem-cell-MOOC, chained MOOC-stem-cells

Abstract: The aim and the motivation behind this paper (with two parts – theory and praxis) is simple: to involve Students into the development processes of MOOCs - but not only into the canonised form where just the arbitrary solutions (decisions) can be observed. It is necessary to see the decision points where the KNUTH-principle can be involved into the daily business. The KNUTH-principle (c.f. knowledge is what can be transformed into source code – each other human activity is an artistic performance) makes possible to categorize MOOC-parameters: already automated / could be derived at once in an automated way / it seems to be that the modelling/optimization will not be realized in the immediate future. The elements of the could-be-set should be chosen and solved by Students – especially by IT-Students. Non-IT-Students have the chance to plan (as detailed as possible) MOOCs incl. their modelling needs. In case of the already modelled challenges, it is also necessary to search for better and better solutions. The seemingly irreal automation can catalyse Students to solve the seemingly impossible tasks/problems. More (DOC) *** More (PDF)

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