The Digital Journal Hybrid Pedagogy published an article « MOOCagogy: Assessment, Networked», by Morris&Stommel http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/Journal/files/MOOCagogy.html – defending that «MOOCs are anthropological opportunities, not instructional ones» and analyzes the two editions of a particular MOOC «MOOC MOOC» run in 2012 and again in 2013, the first with 600 registrants and the second woth 1.000 registrants.
«MOOC MOOC took the approach of a wildly open pedagogy, asking participants to provide their own content to a great extent, and offering only a skeletal structure for discussion and collaboration.»
A SCOOP.IT was produced under MOOC MOOC to gather a sample of the participants’ contributions – http://www.scoop.it/t/moocmooc
or this post regarding analytics applied to MOOC MOOC:
First look at analysing threaded Twitter discussions from large archives using NodeXL #moocmooc, using an application called NodeLX with diverse visualizations, such as this one:
(visualization of 6,500 #moocmooc tweets into grouped conversations)
Another video produced for MOOC MOOC about the chaotic perspective of learning – Learning is Messy