A Khan Framework-Based Approach to Successful MOOCs Integration in the Academic Context

Aicha Marrhich, Ichrak Lafram, Naoual Berbiche, Jamila El Alami


Massive open online courses (MOOCs) expansion encounter many challenges related to different aspects, from learner’s perspective to teacher’s perspective, to technological aspects. Previous studies demonstrated the prevailing challenges pertaining to Academic contexts using both qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis of different samples from different countries. In our study, we have tried to look at practices from all over the world regarding MOOCs implementation, we presented a summary of the major challenges of MOOCs as well as their strengths vis as vis the open education in both general and academic contexts. Following the steps of Khan’s framework for online learning, our ultimate objective was to come up with an approach that can bridge the challenges that hinder current effective delivery of MOOCs and calls for metrics that respect the results of previous work in the implementation of blended learning in the Academic context.


blended learning; moocs; approach; academic context; khan framework; challenges; benefits

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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