MOOCs: Branding, Enrollment, and Multiple Measures of Success
KSU redefined the MOOC value proposition through collaboration of university leadership and faculty. The new proposition shifts measures of success beyond just course completion to include measures that benefit students, faculty, and the institution. Students benefitted through access to open educational resources, the acquisition of professional learning units at no cost, and the potential of college credit at a greatly reduced cost. Academic units benefited through a mechanism to attract students and future revenue while the university benefited through digital impressions, branding, institutionally leveraged scalable learning environments, streamlined credit evaluation processes and expanded digital education.
Leeds, E. M., & Cope, J. (2015). MOOCs: Branding, Enrollment, and Multiple Measures of Success. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration,18(3).