Carnegie Mellon University - Open Learning Initiative workshop
On October 26-28, 2022, Carnegie Mellon University from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
will be coming to KTH on-site in Stockholm to give a 3-day Workshop on efficient and effective data-driven learning and teaching. CMU and KTH have been collaborating since 2018 to design, research, and improve online education through CMU's Open Learning Initiative platform.
Time: Wed 2022-10-26 09.00 - Fri 2022-10-28 16.00
Location: U1 and 4532 (LV5)
The workshop will be on efficient and effective teaching and learning, a method that is called OLI - Open Learning Initiative. The Open Learning Initiative’s goal is to improve learning—whether you are a student at a college or university or learning on your own.
Note that you do not have to be a KTH faculty or employee to attend, the Workshop is open to all.
If you're interested in participating in this workshop, please Sign up here
OLI - Open Learning Initiative
Founded in 2002, OLI is a recognized leader in adaptive courseware, learning engineering, and open education. OLI's latest platform, Torus, is a state-of-the-art technology for designing, delivering, and improving online courses. By capturing and evaluating learner data, Torus drives powerful feedback loops that assist learners and educators, improve courses, and can even contribute to the larger understanding of how humans learn.
Recent, active use of the OLI platform includes over five million enrollments from independent learners and more than 500,000 academic enrollments (in credit-bearing contexts). 6,180 educators currently have instructor accounts on the delivery platform. OLI’s authoring and improvement tools host 900 users, who include faculty, learning engineers, course developers and instructional designers. The OLI platform also supports a large research community, particularly through seamless integration with DataShop/LearnSphere; 700 researchers access OLI datasets for primary and secondary analysis.
Now you have the opportunity to experience this first hand by signing up.
For more information, please visit the OLI website