Entendiendo las motivaciones de los profesores de los MOOC para mejorar su sostenibilidad


El éxito global de los Cursos Online Masivos y Abiertos (MOOC) hace que su análisis sea crucial para garantizar la calidad, el compromiso y los mejores resultados en su implementación. Se han dedicado muchas investigaciones a entender la experiencia del alumno y los resultados institucionales, pero pocos trabajos han estudiado la perspectiva del instructor, que es esencial para hacer de los MOOC un esfuerzo sostenible. Este estudio ha examinado la motivación percibida para participar en una iniciativa MOOC y el impacto en el desarrollo de su carrera en 79 profesores involucrados en una experiencia universitaria que ha realizado más de 600 ediciones de 115 MOOC con 4 millones de inscritos. El estudio pretende confirmar y ampliar los hallazgos de estudios anteriores y consolidar la estrategia institucional en cuanto a recursos y dinámica de los MOOC. Los principales resultados de la investigación indican que los factores de motivación intrínseca son esenciales para los instructores de los MOOC y que la falta de reconocimiento oficial puede ser un factor relevante que afecta a la sostenibilidad de los MOOC a largo plazo.
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