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Instructional design and creation of Digi-Fem MOOC

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Maria Niari, Anastasios Tsolakidis, Cleo Sgouropoulou


The current paper describes the process of the instructional design and creation of the Digi-Fem MOOC, a European Erasmus+ funded project.  The aim was to produce and develop online e-learning materials suitable for the needs of the target group, as well as to develop innovative online learning content, e.g. video courses, animation, scenarios, etc, in order to help young women to develop entrepreneurial skills. After a short introduction regarding the types and the philosophy of MOOCs, we present the aims, the design and the creation of the Digi-Fem MOOC. 

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Digi-Fem MOOC; instructional design; edX platform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/icodl.1162

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