Design, implementation and evaluation of MOOCs and DBL‐based cross‐registration

Design, implementation and evaluation of MOOCs and DBL‐based cross‐registration INTRODUCTIONColleges and universities need to communicate and cooperate with each other especially for the contents of courses. One effective form of cooperation is the cross‐registration agreement which permits undergraduate students to take lessons at participating campuses [4,9]. Cross‐registration is a system which allows university students at one university to take courses to earn credits at another college, especially in the same field. In order to enhance core competitiveness, an increasing number of universities and colleges attach much significance to cooperation which has attracted much attention. Nowadays, many universities have their own cross‐registration project. For universities which are geographically close to each other are easy to form alliance. Students can select courses which are offered by members of University alliance. Students who hope for cross register must abide by the rules of both their own university and the school which they have cross‐registered. The advantages of cross‐registration are as follows: (1) It can enrich students’ knowledge and cultivate high‐quality talents; (2) share education resources to improve teaching quality; and (3) meet students' personalized learning needs [8,9]. Although there are many benefits of cross‐registration, shortages still exist: (1) due to geogrophically restrictions, students whose universities are far away from the one http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computer Applications in Engineering Education Wiley

Design, implementation and evaluation of MOOCs and DBL‐based cross‐registration

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INTRODUCTIONColleges and universities need to communicate and cooperate with each other especially for the contents of courses. One effective form of cooperation is the cross‐registration agreement which permits undergraduate students to take lessons at participating campuses [4,9]. Cross‐registration is a system which allows university students at one university to take courses to earn credits at another college, especially in the same field. In order to enhance core competitiveness, an increasing number of universities and colleges attach much significance to cooperation which has attracted much attention. Nowadays, many universities have their own cross‐registration project. For universities which are geographically close to each other are easy to form alliance. Students can select courses which are offered by members of University alliance. Students who hope for cross register must abide by the rules of both their own university and the school which they have cross‐registered. The advantages of cross‐registration are as follows: (1) It can enrich students’ knowledge and cultivate high‐quality talents; (2) share education resources to improve teaching quality; and (3) meet students' personalized learning needs [8,9]. Although there are many benefits of cross‐registration, shortages still exist: (1) due to geogrophically restrictions, students whose universities are far away from the one

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Computer Applications in Engineering EducationWiley

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