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Session 1A: MOOCs for STEM Education
Comparing the Efficacy of Face-to-Face, MOOC, and Hybrid Computer Science Teacher Professional Development
by Carol Fletcher, W. Wesley Monroe and Kristin Anthony

MOOCs as an Equalizer? The Gender Gap in STEM
by Vinod Bakthavachalam and Emily Glassberg Sands

Factors Related to Post-MOOC Development
by Elle Yuan Wang and Ryan Baker

Session 1B: Problem-based Learning and Authentic Learning Environments
How Do Virtual Teams Collaborate in a PBL MOOC?
by Daniëlle Verstegen, Herco Fonteijn, Amber Dailey, Geraldine Clarebout and Annemarie Spruijt

Designing Small Group Discussion for a MOOC Platform
by Mike Sharples, Laura Kirsop and Alla Kholmatova

Practical Competences in a MOOC through Remote Laboratories
by Felix Garcia-Loro, Elio Sancristobal, Gabriel Diaz, Russ Meier and Manuel Castro

Session 1C: New and Emerging Models of Instructional Design
Feedback-Driven Iteration for a Deeper, Cohort-Based Learning Experience: The Evolution of Civil War and Reconst MOOC
by Andrew Flatgard, Jessica Brodsky, Jose Diaz, Lucy Appert, Stephanie Ogden and Maurice Matiz

Potentially-Serendipitous Gain for MOOC Participants: A Pilot Study
by Ted Avraham, Ronen Plesser and Rafi Nachmias

Instructional Design Skills, Methods, and Knowledge in the Era of MOOCs: A Research Proposal
by Sarohini Chahal

Session 2A: Social and Affective Learning
Questions, Not Answers: Doubling Student Participation in MOOC Forums
by Ido Roll, Sara Harris, Drew Paulin, Leah Macfadyen and Katrina Ni

Learner Profiling Beyond the MOOC Platform
by Guanliang Chen, Dan Davis, Jun Lin, Claudia Hauff and Geert-Jan Houben

Massive Data, Individual Learners: Challenges for Developing Holistic Views of MOOC Participants
by Paige Cunningham

Session 2B: New Pedagogical Processes
Scaling the Human Expert’s Role in Large Online Programs
by David Joyner

Modeling Peer Assessment in a MOOC: A Bayesian Item Response Theory Approach
by Yao Xiong

Unhangout: Experiments in Participant-Driven Online Events
by Katherine McConachie, Philipp Schmidt and Griffin Peterson

Session 2C: Qualitative Evaluation of MOOCs
The Need for and Affordances of Qualitative Insights in MOOC Research
by S. Zahra Atiq, Casey L. Haney, David D. Cox and Jennifer J. Deboer

Beginning-Level Language MOOCs in Teacher Education: An Exploratory Study
by Carolin Fuchs and Edward Dixon

Validating and Implementing Course Success Measures in Computer Science
by Kim Manturuk, Justin Johnsen, Quentin Ruiz-Esparza, Lorrie Schmid and Molly Goldwasser

Session 3A: MOOC Tools
Bringing Homework Home: In-person Assessment of Online Learning
by Jennifer Kay

Preliminary Evidence for Learning Good Coding Style with Autostyle
by Antares Chen, Eliane Wiese, Hezheng Yin, Rohan Choudhury and Armando Fox

AXIS - An Adaptive Tool for Generating Explanations Using MOOClets for Crowdsourcing and Machine Learning
by Joseph Jay Williams, Juho Kim, Anna Rafferty, Samuel Maldonado, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, Walter S. Lasecki and Neil Heffernan

Session 3B: Metrics of MOOC Success
The Determination of Success in MOOCs: The Role of the Participants' Intentions
by Marco Kalz, Maartje Henderikx and Karel Kreijns

Predicting Student Achievement from Online Interaction in a Mixed For-Credit/Open Course
by Ma. Victoria Almeda, Joshua Zuech, Ryan Baker, Chris Utz, Greg Higgins and Rob Reynolds

Using Engagement to Predict Subgroups' Achievement in Massive Open Online Courses
by Qiujie Li and Rachel Baker

Session 3C: Support for Underrepresented Groups
Towards Improved Education for Students of Low Socioeconomic Status: Learning Analytics of Massive Open Online Course
by Sang Pil Han, Mi Hyun Lee, Sunghoon Kim and Sungho Park

FRUGAL MOOCS for Rural and Remote Communities: A Localized Context
by Mariam Aman Shah and David Santandreu Calonge

MOOCs for Development? Initial Trends from a Study of Indian Learners in Massive Open Online Courses
by Janesh Sanzgiri, Martin Weller, Leigh-Anne Perryman and Robert Farrow

Session 4A: Multiple Learning Pathways
Customizable Modality Pathway Courses: Research Results and Design Implications of Empowering Learner Choice
by Matt Crosslin and Justin T. Dellinger

Learning Pathways amongst Diverse Students in a Massive Open Online Course
by Amy Quon and Ting-Chuen Pong

MOOC as an Alternative for Teacher Professional Development: Examining Persistent Teacher-Learners in One Chinese MOOC
by Yizhou Fan, Bodong Chen, Qiong Wang and Guogang Zhang

Session 4B: Supporting Learner Intentions and Objectives
Mapping Design to Effect: Holistic Evaluation of MOOCs
by Vasudha Chaudhari and Yishay Mor

Persistence Versus Retention in MOOCs: Can They Tell Us Different Stories?
by Maha Al-Freih and Nada Dabbagh

On-line Comprehension Training for Adults with Reading Difficulties
by Whitney Baer, Qinyu Cheng, Arthur Graesser, Zhiqiang Cai, Andrew Olney, Xiangen Hu, Maureen Lovett and Daphne Greenberg

Session 4C: MOOC Content
An Analysis of Relevance between Modality and English Subtitles when EFL Students Learning with MOOC Videos
by Toru Nagahama and Yusuke Morita

MOOCs and IP: Copyright, Fair Use, and DMCA Exemptions
by Peter Decherney

Rethinking the Case Study: Audiovisual Case Studies for MOOCs and Beyond
by William Eimicke, Adam Stepan and Sandesh Taludhar

Session 5A: Greater Impact of MOOCs
How Residential Campuses are Using MOOCS to Enhance On-Campus Learning
by Adam Finkelstein, Laura Winer, Joshua Kim, Michael Goudzwaard, Kristen Eshleman and Edward Maloney

Session 5B: Teaching Creativity in MOOCs
From Agency to Joy: Strategies for Teaching Creative Writing Online
by Susannah Shive and Aya Sakaguchi

Art & Music Education with a MOOC
by Ajay Kapur and Harmony Jiroudek

Negotiating the Medium: Designing for Learner-Centered Experiences in the Massive, Open, Online Space
by Sarah Blum-Smith, Karen Brennan and Maxwell Yurkofsky