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2 An Across-Institution Anytime MOOC in Database Douglas H. Fisher Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN An open, online, self-paced course allows an individual to move through the course at their own pace But, it also allows an instructor to move a campus course (or any other cohort willing to follow a leader) at the instructor’s pace, presumably synchronized to the institution’s term Related Readings: “Wrapping a MOOC: Student Perceptions of an Experiment in Blended Learning” by Derek Bruff, Douglas Fisher, Kathryn McEwen, Blaine Smith. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Vol 9, No 2, June 2013http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm.http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm “Warming up to MOOCs”, Douglas Fisher, Chronicle of Higher Education (ProfHacker) Blog post, November 2012http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022 Leveraging AI Teaching in the Cloud for AI Teaching on Campus by Douglas Fisher, AI Magazine, 2014, Vol 35, No 3 (Fall Issue). Preprint at https://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdfhttps://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdf Presentation at SIGCSE 2015

3 An Across-Institution Anytime MOOC in Database Douglas H. Fisher Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN An open, online, self-paced course allows an individual to move through the course at their own pace Related Readings: “Wrapping a MOOC: Student Perceptions of an Experiment in Blended Learning” by Derek Bruff, Douglas Fisher, Kathryn McEwen, Blaine Smith. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Vol 9, No 2, June 2013http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm.http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm “Warming up to MOOCs”, Douglas Fisher, Chronicle of Higher Education (ProfHacker) Blog post, November 2012http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022 Leveraging AI Teaching in the Cloud for AI Teaching on Campus by Douglas Fisher, AI Magazine, 2014, Vol 35, No 3 (Fall Issue). Preprint at https://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdfhttps://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdf Presentation at SIGCSE 2015 But, it also allows an instructor to move a campus course (or any other cohort willing to follow a leader) at the instructor’s pace, presumably synchronized to the institution’s term

4 An Across-Institution Anytime MOOC in Database Douglas H. Fisher Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN An open, online, self-paced course allows an individual to move through the course at their own pace Related Readings: “Wrapping a MOOC: Student Perceptions of an Experiment in Blended Learning” by Derek Bruff, Douglas Fisher, Kathryn McEwen, Blaine Smith. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, Vol 9, No 2, June 2013http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm.http://jolt.merlot.org/vol9no2/bruff_0613.htm “Warming up to MOOCs”, Douglas Fisher, Chronicle of Higher Education (ProfHacker) Blog post, November 2012http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/warming-up-to-moocs/44022 Leveraging AI Teaching in the Cloud for AI Teaching on Campus by Douglas Fisher, AI Magazine, 2014, Vol 35, No 3 (Fall Issue). Preprint at https://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdfhttps://my.vanderbilt.edu/douglasfisher/files/2014/10/PreprintAIMagazineCloudCampusArticleFinal.pdf Presentation at SIGCSE 2015 But, it also allows an instructor to move a campus course (or any other cohort willing to follow a leader) at the instructor’s pace, presumably synchronized to the institution’s term

5 Jennifer Widom’s “Databases” on Stanford OpenEdX Free for non-profit use (with permission) Originally designed as a “semester-long” MOOC Now broken into 14 mini-courses (aka modules) An Open, Online, Self-Paced Course in Database Douglas H. Fisher Each minicourse includes Video lectures and “in-video” questions Auto-graded quizzes and exercises (“for grade”) Auto-graded, PRACTICE exercises (not “for grade”) Discussion Board and Wiki A “Statement of Accomplishment”

6 Jennifer Widom’s “Databases” on Stanford OpenEdX Free for non-profit use (with permission) Originally designed as a “semester-long” MOOC Now broken into 14 mini-courses (aka modules) An Open, Online, Self-Paced Course in Database Douglas H. Fisher Each minicourse includes Video lectures and “in-video” questions Auto-graded quizzes and exercises (“for grade”) Auto-graded, PRACTICE exercises (not “for grade”) Discussion Board and Wiki A “Statement of Accomplishment”

7 DB4: Relational Algebra DB5: SQL (Queries) DB9: Unified Modeling Language DB8: Relational Design Theory DB11: Constraints & Triggers DB10: Indexing & Transactions DB12: Views &Authorization DB 2:XML Data & DB3: JSON Data DB6: Xpath & XQuery DB13: OLAP Project 1, Midterm, CfT Eval Spring break (NOW) DB7: XSLT DB14: Recursion in SQL (optional) Project 2 & Final Exam A Campus Course that embeds (wraps) Widom’s Databases Douglas H. Fisher Vanderbilt University, CS 265, Introduction to Databases https://my.vanderbilt.edu/cs265/ Widom’s minicourses are reference “text” Roughly, one mini-course per week (incentived, but not required) Active Learning in class CS 265 grades are exams (of my design) and group projects (of my design) Students can opt for minicourse SoAs All but a few missed SoAs CS 265 customizes the ordering of mini-courses UNC Charlotte, ITIS 5160, Applied Databases, customizes order differently (David Wilson) CS 265 and ITIS 5160 to share exam questions, active learning exercises, and post-break project topics Widom/Stanford permissions FERPA attention

8 DB4: Relational Algebra DB5: SQL (Queries) DB9: Unified Modeling Language DB8: Relational Design Theory DB11: Constraints & Triggers DB10: Indexing & Transactions DB12: Views &Authorization DB 2:XML Data & DB3: JSON Data DB6: Xpath & XQuery DB13: OLAP Project 1, Midterm, CfT Eval Spring break (NOW) DB7: XSLT DB14: Recursion in SQL (optional) Project 2 & Final Exam A Campus Course that embeds (wraps) Widom’s Databases Douglas H. Fisher Vanderbilt University, CS 265, Introduction to Databases https://my.vanderbilt.edu/cs265/ Widom’s minicourses are reference “text” Roughly, one mini-course per week (incentived, but not required) Active Learning in class CS 265 grades are exams (of my design) and group projects (of my design) Students can opt for minicourse SoAs All but a few missed SoAs CS 265 customizes the ordering of mini-courses UNC Charlotte, ITIS 5160, Applied Databases, customizes order differently (David Wilson) CS 265 and ITIS 5160 to share exam questions, active learning exercises, and post-break project topics Widom/Stanford permissions FERPA attention

9 DB4: Relational Algebra DB5: SQL (Queries) DB9: Unified Modeling Language DB8: Relational Design Theory DB11: Constraints & Triggers DB10: Indexing & Transactions DB12: Views &Authorization DB 2:XML Data & DB3: JSON Data DB6: Xpath & XQuery DB13: OLAP Project 1, Midterm, CfT Eval Spring break (NOW) DB7: XSLT DB14: Recursion in SQL (optional) Project 2 & Final Exam A Campus Course that embeds (wraps) Widom’s Databases Douglas H. Fisher Vanderbilt University, CS 265, Introduction to Databases https://my.vanderbilt.edu/cs265/ Widom’s minicourses are reference “text” Roughly, one mini-course per week (incentived, but not required) Active Learning in class CS 265 grades are exams (of my design) and group projects (of my design) Students can opt for minicourse SoAs All but a few missed SoAs CS 265 customizes the ordering of mini-courses UNC Charlotte, ITIS 5160, Applied Databases, customizes order differently (David Wilson) CS 265 and ITIS 5160 to share exam questions, active learning exercises, and post-break project topics Widom/Stanford permissions FERPA attention

10 DB4: Relational Algebra DB5: SQL (Queries) DB9: Unified Modeling Language DB8: Relational Design Theory DB11: Constraints & Triggers DB10: Indexing & Transactions DB12: Views &Authorization DB 2:XML Data & DB3: JSON Data DB6: Xpath & XQuery DB13: OLAP Project 1, Midterm, CfT Eval Spring break (NOW) DB7: XSLT DB14: Recursion in SQL (optional) Project 2 & Final Exam A Campus Course that embeds (wraps) Widom’s Databases Douglas H. Fisher Vanderbilt University, CS 265, Introduction to Databases https://my.vanderbilt.edu/cs265/ Widom’s minicourses are reference “text” Roughly, one mini-course per week (incentived, but not required) Active Learning in class CS 265 grades are exams (of my design) and group projects (of my design) Students can opt for minicourse SoAs All but a few missed SoAs CS 265 customizes the ordering of mini-courses UNC Charlotte, ITIS 5160, Applied Databases, customizes order differently (David Wilson) CS 265 and ITIS 5160 to share exam questions, active learning exercises, and post-break project topics Widom/Stanford permissions FERPA attention

11 DB4: Relational Algebra DB5: SQL (Queries) DB9: Unified Modeling Language DB8: Relational Design Theory DB11: Constraints & Triggers DB10: Indexing & Transactions DB12: Views &Authorization DB 2:XML Data & DB3: JSON Data DB6: Xpath & XQuery DB13: OLAP Project 1, Midterm, CfT Eval Spring break (NOW) DB7: XSLT DB14: Recursion in SQL (optional) Project 2 & Final Exam A Campus Course that embeds (wraps) Widom’s Databases Douglas H. Fisher Vanderbilt University, CS 265, Introduction to Databases https://my.vanderbilt.edu/cs265/ Widom’s minicourses are reference “text” Roughly, one mini-course per week (incentived, but not required) Active Learning in class CS 265 grades are exams (of my design) and group projects (of my design) Students can opt for minicourse SoAs All but a few missed SoAs CS 265 customizes the ordering of mini-courses UNC Charlotte, ITIS 5160, Applied Databases, customizes order differently (David Wilson) CS 265 and ITIS 5160 to share exam questions, active learning exercises, and post-break project topics Widom/Stanford permissions FERPA attention


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