MarMOOC : Apprentissage hybride mutualisé et ouvert dans les universités marocaines

Project Details


The project MarMOOC, entitled «apprentissage hybride mutualisé et ouvert dans les universités Marocaines» (Shared blended and open learning for Moroccan universities), aims to support a thoughtful integration and wide distribution of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as an efficient teaching support for Moroccan universities. In order to reduce the impact of massification of higher education and to improve the quality of the education delivered by Moroccan universities, MarMOOC will focus on the development of a widely shared platform, which proposes courses and innovative educational content online. In order to achieve this goal, several actions will be undertaken as part of this project: 1. to foster the adoption of a blended learning approach, by promoting the use of new teaching practices such as the use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) and Small Private Online Courses (SPOC) for small groups; 2. to lead Moroccan Universities in the process of design and development of rich and innovative teaching resources in six main academic areas: business administration, law, life and physical sciences, engineering, agriculture and fishery and health; 3. to provide Moroccan universities with their first Moroccan shared joint platform of SPOC and MOOC courses, named MarMOOC; 4. to contribute to the opening of Moroccan universities by implementing an inclusive and “on-demand” online education model. The partners involved in this project will cooperate in logic of sharing experiences and resources in order to ensure the optimization of resources deployed for the implementation of project activities.

Co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union
Project No. 573583-EPP-1-2016-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP
Short title or EU acronymMarMOOC
Effective start/end date15/10/1614/04/20


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