- OpenStack和edX / Adolfo Brandes and Florian Haas
- UQx澳大利亚昆士兰大学的务实发展课程 / Andrew Dekker and John Zornig
- Life in the Avant-Garde / Regis Behmo
- 在飞行的时候建造飞机 – 迁移现有MOOC到EDX / Mike Bifulco, Andrew Miller, Jeremy Osborn, and Michael Bingham-Hawk
在过去的一年中，Aquent公司的设计师MOOC平台Gymnasium已由第三方的SaaS平台迁移到Open edX。在这次演讲中，我们将讨论我们的迁移 – 包括需求收集，主题和edX的定制，数以千计的现有学生档案的迁移，创造edX课程，建立生产部署环境，托管合作伙伴的生命周期。
- 向 Open edX贡献代码 / Xavier Antoviaque and Sarina Canelake
- Open edX与校园系统的整合 / Beth Porter, Braden MacDonald, and Phil MacGachey
Open edX平台的两个主要优点在于支持互操作的校园系统，即机构身份提供者和学习管理系统。通过使用SAML（Security Assertion Markup Language）和Shibboleth我们现在允许学生使用他们学校认证来登录Open edX。使用LTI（Learning Tools Interoperability），我们也允许教师平滑地融入Open edX教学内容到Canvas和Blackboard的课程。使用这些开放式的教育标准，我们加入了服务提供商的大型社区，在这里允许学习者使用在线学习资源来丰富自己的校园为基础的体验。在这次演讲中，我们将讨论这些平台方面的能力，以及用于设计，验证和实现功能的过程。
edX致力于使Open edX平台成为一个完全可用的平台，这也是我们的目标，价值观，愿景和使命，使我们的合作伙伴和社区为每个人创造高质量的教育经验。edX可用协调员Mark Sadecki将谈论正在进行的努力，使平台符合WCAG 2.0 AA标准（以及这个的含义），并且还将指出Open edX贡献者可能会遇到常见的可访问性挑战的细节。
- 组织最大的Open edX黑客马拉松+ 冠军: 在视频中嵌入练习的Xblock / Laurent David, Philippe Chiu, Elie Mietkiewicz, Arnaud Wijns, Hajar Mouradi
找出在#openedxhack所学到的, 在法国举办的第一届 Open edX 黑客马拉松, 也是有史以来最大的超过 180 个参与者。我们想鼓励人们组织更多的 Open edX 黑客马拉松来分享最佳实践。法国Open edX Hackathon 的获胜团队也会展示项目：使用Xblock在视频中嵌入问答题。
ANALYSE: A learning analytics extension for Open edX
Pedro Jose Munoz Merino
This talk aims at presenting ANALYSE, a learning analytics tool developed for Open edX at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. We will present the defined and implemented higher level indicators as transformation of low level data in ANALYSE as well as the correspondent visualizations. In addition, we will present ways of how to use ANALYSE by teachers and students in order to improve the learning process. You can find a video demo of ANALYSE on YouTube.
Digging through the data – MoocCzar
Andrew Dekker and John Zornig
This talk discusses the research data package that edX provides to partners, and how this data can be explored to learn more about the students taking our courses. To assist in this, we have developed a platform – MoocCzar, an open source project which helps edX teams uncover and disseminate data gathered from edX courses. The talk discusses the development and future of MoocCzar, and how this learning data can help influence future course design and development.
Analytics from edX
EdX will present the current state and future roadmap of Insights. We will also highlight how the open community has contributed to its success and how you can too.
Real Time Analytics Using ELK
This talk presents an application of the opensource ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana) to deliver actionable insights in real time from edX tracking log records.
Leveraging Open Edx for Corporate Training
Today’s corporate learner needs access to ondemand training delivered in easily consumable chunks – anytime, anywhere. They also need a forum to “talk to the instructor.” Open Edx provides the perfect platform for a blended training model which gives users what they need and better utilizes your training resources. (often product managers, or functional leaders). Targeted Sales Training for internal employees and partners – while traditional testing methods are effective, Edx gives us the ability to run “Best in Class” sales competitions (based on videos submitted by the employee/partner). This is huge – the system gives us the ability to have Sales professionals practice their pitch and get direct feedback from their manager and team members.
Deploying SPOCs in a University Institution with Open edX: What Do We Need?
Jose A. Ruiperez-Valiente
The presentation try to describe the experience of creating and exploiting of SPOCs at UC3M for use to supplement classroom training (flipping classroom) using the Open edX platform. In the presentation we will try various aspects like customizing the platform to adapt to our environment (for example LDAP support) and additional software tools which we have had to be developed to facilitate the whole process management and content creation, which takes associated with the creation of a MOOCs / SPOCs. In addition we have developed several XBlocks to include new features to our courses. We finally will treat aspects that an organization has to take into account to successfully approach these projects.
Building Successful Open edX Instructors from Non-Faculty Domain Experts
Julie Mullen, Lauren Edwards, and Vijay Gadepally
Traditionally, the knowledge held by professional engineers, scientists and researchers has only been accessible to a small number of co-workers. The open edX platform enables MIT Lincoln Laboratory to share the knowledge of world-class domain experts through technical education courses highlighting theory and its use in practice. Building successful online courses requires that technical professionals, with limited teaching experience, develop a teaching mindset. In this presentation we discuss the approaches used to help non-faculty instructors gain an awareness of the open edX andragogy and the path followed to transition from presenter to educational guide.
Navigating Barriers to Implementation of an International Medical Training Course in Developing Nations
Nicholus Warstadt, Silvia Vaca, and Feroze Naina
Clubfoot is a congenital birth deformity easily and effectively treatable by the low-resource requiring and non-surgical Ponseti method, but knowledge of this technique has yet to disseminate to rural hospitals and clinics in developing countries. Current training practices are dominated by non-profit organizations investing extensive time, resources, and man-power to host centralized, annual trainings. Here, we describe our experience in working with these same non-profit organizations to develop and implement a standardized digital training through the Open edX platform, including barriers of technology, multi-instance administration, and the need for content customization.
Online Geospatial Education in Africa through the Open edX Platform: Possibilities and Limitations
Here, we discuss the particular challenges of translating a set of successful onsite geospatial training courses into a set of Open edX online courses for learners in Africa. We present work done in 14 countries (Algeria, Burundi, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, DR Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe) about user experience with current edX courses as well as experience and lessons for planned Open edX courses on geospatial topics.
MIT Learning Object Repository for Education
We will discuss our new project for managing courseware content across courses, disciplines and runs via our LORE project (https://github.com/mitodl/lore). LORE allows you to import Open edX courses and be paired with meta data from analytics such as the average grade, or number of attempts. From there you can use it to find, categorize, and mix and match problems or whole sections of different courses to share and re-use existing content in new ways.
Semantic Tagging Using Asides in Studio
Cole Shaw and Ross Strader
In this talk, we will discuss one of the first implementations of XBlock Asides, which we use to semantically tag problems in edX courses. Both MIT and the Open Learning Initiative at Stanford will present on their respective use cases and show how Asides can enhance the student and instructor experiences.
Open edX and Adaptive Learning
Adaptive learning. You’ve heard the hype; now learn how to deliver on its promise and potential. Focussing on the intersection of Open edX and adaptive learning technology, this discussion will delve into recent developments that allows the Open edX platform to provide adaptive learning pathways to users. We will discuss the emerging landscape of adaptive technology, illustrate the use cases for integrating adaptive learning into the Open edX platform, and show how a major international corporation is integrating third party solutions with Open edX to develop cutting edge, scalable courses with personalized learning pathways for traditionally static areas like corporate training and regulatory compliance.