MARCH 6 TO APRIL 9, 2017
Learning to Learn Online, Athabasca University's facilitator-supported Massive Open Online Course for novice and experienced online learners, ended its most recent run on April 9, 2017. Watch this space for information on our next run of LTLO.

This five-week MOOC is free and open to all, with the option of earning a certificate on completion. Thank you to our participants from LTLO1, LTLO2, and LTLO3.

LTLO: A MOOC RESEARCH PROJECT
The Learn to Learn Online MOOC: Supporting Novice Online Learner Development. Nathaniel Ostashewski, Martha Cleveland-Innes, Dan Wilton, and Nancy Parker. November 29, 2016, Pan-Commonwealth Forum (PCF) 8, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Learning to Learn Online: A MOOC with a difference. Martha Cleveland-Innes, Nancy Parker, Nathaniel Ostashewski, and Daniel Wilton. October 21, 2016, The Online, Open and Flexible Higher Education Conference 2016, EADTU, Rome, Italy.

A MOOC with a difference: Creating community for learning in MOOCs. Martha Cleveland-Innes, Daniel Wilton, Nathaniel Ostashewski, and Nancy Parker. October 5, 2016, 9th EDEN Research Workshop, Oldenburg, Germany.

Learning to Learn Online: An AU Lunch'n Learn presentation, with Nathaniel Ostashewski, Marti Cleveland-Innes, Nancy Parker, Dan Wilton, and JoAnne Murphy. This presentation was recorded June 15, 2016.

Understanding the Experience of Learning to Learn Online: A Case Study of MOOC Design, a presentation by researcher Nathaniel Ostashewski, project manager JoAnne Murphy, and project director Marti Cleveland-Innes. This presentation was recorded October 7, 2015.


LTLO IN SCANDINAVIA
Learning to Learn was presented in a poster session by Project Director Dr. Marti Cleveland-Innes at the MOOCs in Scandinavia Conference, June 11-12, 2015 at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. The poster can be downloaded below, along with a related poster summarizing the results of a survey of Canadian faculty on MOOC design principles.