Far be it from me –

Do you have some time to help a PhD student with her research?

on May 28, 2015


Hello all!

Have you participated the past few weeks in the Mental Health Course of the University of Liverpool? Do you have some time for an online interview associated with your motivations towards the assessment exercises of this course?

My PhD Project is focused on exploring the assessment process of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and particularly on learners’ motivations on completing the assessment exercises. I am therefore investigating in what ways common assessment practices reflect learners’ goals and what learners’ experiences of self-regulated learning in MOOCs are.

I would like to discuss with you your experience of quizzes and peer-assessed assignments in the Mental Health course and then ask you to complete a questionnaire. The study will run from the 28 May- 6 June and I would like to talk to six students regarding their experiences.

As a learner of the course you are in a position to…

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