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 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
  
-  * [[Adapting an existing on-campus course for BerkeleyX]] (i.e. into an edX MOOC or SPOC) +[[Adapting an existing on-campus course for BerkeleyX]] (i.e. into an edX MOOC or SPOC) is a condensed HOWTO with pointers to more details in each area of course ​creation ​and delivery.
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-===== Capturing your course ​content ===== +
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-  * [[lecturing|Going "​Beyond PowerPoint"​ in your Live Lectures (whether captured or not)]] +
-  * [[capture|Lecture Capture: Live or Studio? ​ Guidelines ​and Resources]] +
-  * [[Webcast|Placing EdX (Labs) lectures on the UC Berkeley YouTube Channel]] +
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 ===== Hacking OpenEdX, and Tools to Help Work With edX Courses ===== ===== Hacking OpenEdX, and Tools to Help Work With edX Courses =====
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   * Be a Berkeley Principal Investigator,​ or a Berkeley student working with a Berkeley PI, or a Visiting Scholar or Visiting Industrial Fellow/​Researcher working with a Berkeley PI   * Be a Berkeley Principal Investigator,​ or a Berkeley student working with a Berkeley PI, or a Visiting Scholar or Visiting Industrial Fellow/​Researcher working with a Berkeley PI
   * Have completed Human Subjects training. ​ Berkeley-affiliated researchers can do this online: [[http://​cphs.berkeley.edu/​training.html|follow the instructions for "​Online Training"​ on this page.]]   * Have completed Human Subjects training. ​ Berkeley-affiliated researchers can do this online: [[http://​cphs.berkeley.edu/​training.html|follow the instructions for "​Online Training"​ on this page.]]
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-===== What data is available and how is it formatted? ===== 
  
 In general, an edX MOOC produces three different data sources: In general, an edX MOOC produces three different data sources:
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 There'​s also a variety of user-contributed tools (both for data management and other stuff) on the [[https://​github.com/​edx/​edx-tools/​wiki|edX Tools wiki]]. There'​s also a variety of user-contributed tools (both for data management and other stuff) on the [[https://​github.com/​edx/​edx-tools/​wiki|edX Tools wiki]].
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-===== MOOC Research Venues and Sources ===== 
-Below are possible sources of MOOC research and publishing venues, as well as other sources of potentially useful information. 
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-**Conferences** 
-^ Conference ^ Submit Date ^ Notify Date ^ Conference Date ^ 
-|[[http://​www.sigcse.org/​|SIGCSE (ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education)]] | Paper: Sept 6, 2013\\ Poster: Oct 28, 2013 | | March 5-8, 2014 | 
-| [[http://​learningatscale.acm.org/​|Learning at Scale]] | Paper: Oct 6, 2014\\ Work-in-progress:​ Dec 15, 2014 | Paper: Dec 8, 2014\\ Work-in-progress:​ Jan 27, 2015 | March 15-16, 2015 | 
-| [[http://​solaresearch.org/​conferences/​lak/​|LAK (Learning Analytics & Knowledge)]] | Paper: Oct 14, 2014\\ Poster: ?? | Paper: Dec 9, 2014\\ Poster: Dec 9, 2014 | March 16-20, 2015| 
-| [[http://​www.sigchi.org/​conferences|SIGCHI (ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction)]]\\ [[http://​www.sigchi.org/​resources/​education|SIGCHI education]]\\ [[http://​www.autodeskresearch.com/​paperforager/​|Autodesk Paper Forager for CHI and UIST]] | Paper: Sept 22, 2014\\ Work-in-progress:​ Jan 5, 2015 | Paper: Dec 15, 2014\\ Work-in-progress:​ Jan 26, 2015 | April 18-23, 2015 | 
-| [[http://​its2014.its-conferences.com/​|Intelligent Tutoring Systems]]| Paper: Jan 26, 2014 (abstract: Dec 15) | Paper: ?? | June 5-9, 2014 | 
-| [[http://​www.isls.org/​cscl.html|CSCL (International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning)]] | Paper: Nov 10, 2014\\ Poster: Nov 10, 2014 | Paper: ??\\ Poster: ?? | June 7-11, 2015 | 
-|[[http://​www.sigcse.org/​events/​iticse| ITiCSE (Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education)]]|Paper:​ Jan 23, 2014\\ Poster: March 16, 2014||June 23-25, 2014| 
-| [[http://​www.educationaldatamining.org/​|EDM (Educational Data Mining)]] | Paper: Feb 19, 2015\\ Poster: April 9, 2015 | Paper April 2, 2015\\ Poster: April 19, 2015 | June 26-29, 2015 | 
-| [[http://​iaied.org/​conf/​list/​|AIED (Artificial Intelligence in Education)]] (biennial) | Paper: Jan 28, 2013\\ Poster: Jan 28, 2013 | Paper: March 17, 2013\\ Poster: ?? | July 9-13, 2013 | 
-| [[http://​icer.hosting.acm.org/​|ICER (International Computing Education Research)]] | Paper: April 20, 2015\\ Work-in-progress:​ June 15, 2015 | Paper: June 1, 2015\\ Work-in-progress:​ ?? | Aug 10-12, 2015 | 
-|[[http://​www.kdd.org/​kdd2015/​|KDD (Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining) 2015]]\\ [[http://​aspiringminds.com/​pages/​assess/​2014/​|Data Mining for Educational Assessment and Feedback (ASSESS 2014)]] | Paper: Feb 21, 2014 | Paper: May 12, 2014 | Aug 10-13, 2015| 
-| [[http://​nips.cc/​|NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation)]]\\ [[http://​lytics.stanford.edu/​datadriveneducation/​|NIPS Workshop Data Driven Education (2013)]] | Paper: June 6, 2014 | Paper: ?? | Dec 8-11, 2014 | 
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-**Workshops** 
-  * [[http://​webcast.amps.ms.mit.edu/​fall2014/​MOOCs/​|Learning with MOOCs: A Practitioner'​s Workshop Fall 2014]] 
  
 **Journals** **Journals**
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