La bibliographie de ma thèse sur les MOOC

http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photo-holder-master-s-degree-image11200570Bonjour cher lecteur. Ce billet correspond à la bibliographie que j’ai utilisée dans le cadre de ma thèse. Elle a notamment vocation à servir d’inspiration à tout étudiant se lançant dans un travail sur les MOOC. Mais je poste ce billet avant tout parce que je ferai souvent référence dans les billets à venir à des publications présentes dans cette bibliographie, et j’ai juste la flemme de remettre à chaque fois dans mes billets les références correspondantes, donc je renverrai systématiquement à ce billet pour aller plus vite. Voilà voilà, c’est fait de bric et de broc, vous retrouverez aussi bien de la littérature FOAD que de la littérature autoformation, et bien sûr de la littérature MOOC.

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4 pensées sur “La bibliographie de ma thèse sur les MOOC

  • 10 avril 2016 à 10 h 25 min
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    Merci beaucoup Matthieu de partager avec nous toutes ces sources de connaissances et d’inspirations.
    Ce « bric et broc » est excellent, il sera très certainement utilisé par de nombreuses personnes.
    Allez, j’attaque des lectures un peu dans tous les sens :)

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  • 10 avril 2016 à 20 h 01 min
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    Quelle formidable et impressionnante bibliographie Matthieu !
    Je partage cette ressource dès à présent pour quiconque s’intéresse à la formation digitale et aux nombreuses approches pédagogiques.
    J’y reviendrais, quelques ouvrages ont déjà attiré mon attention.

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  • 15 avril 2016 à 12 h 09 min
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    Merci pour ce partage c’est vraiment très utile surtout pour les doctorants 😉

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  • 12 septembre 2016 à 14 h 40 min
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    Rien de Rolin Moe? Il a bien documenté la question du CLOM, dans ses propres recherches.
    https://allmoocs.wordpress.com/

    Évidemment, les événements récents montrent bien que le modèle a terminé sa course et que ce qui devait «révolutionner l’éducation» a pivoté vers la formation corporative. Pas certain qu’il y ait des publications universitaires là-dessus, puisque c’est assez récent.

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