Authors: Hsu-Tien Wan, Hou-Yi Ting, Meng Yu Cheng, Huei-Ru Lin, Dar Yeong Ju, Shu-Ping Chang
Institutions: Taipei Medical University, National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Da-Yeh University, Tzu Chi University, National Ilan University, Chihlee University of Technology
Topic: Innovation through MOOCs practices
Sector: Higher Education
UNESCO Area of Focus: Developing supportive policy
Session Format: Panel
AbstractEven though there is no massive damage in Taiwan during the 2020 global pandemic. The education system here still face a lot of challenges to keep our college students in social distancing. Many universities had either drills or partially distance learning arrangement during this semester. In this panel, we will organize delegates from different universities to talk about how they use the MOOCs in these situation and reflect the impact of them. The panel will be presented by 5 panelists and 1 moderator, each panelist will speak about 6 minutes in their context. Our diverse panelists represent universities from public to private ones, from comprehensive to professional ones, and from city to suburban ones. Then, we will make some reflections of these actions. Also, we would like to share some inside stories about the recent movement of from MOOCs to online learning after the pandemic.
MOOCs, online learning, post-pandemic, higher education