Teaching recommender systems at large scale: evaluation and lessons learned from a hybrid MOOC

@inproceedings{Konstan2014TeachingRS,
  title={Teaching recommender systems at large scale: evaluation and lessons learned from a hybrid MOOC},
  author={Joseph A. Konstan and J. D. Walker and D. Christopher Brooks and Keith Brown and Michael D. Ekstrand},
  booktitle={L@S},
  year={2014}
}
In Fall 2013 we offered an open online Introduction to Recommender Systems through Coursera, while simultaneously offering a for-credit version of the course on-campus using the Coursera platform and a flipped classroom instruction model. As the goal of offering this course was to experiment with this type of instruction, we performed extensive evaluation including surveys of demographics, self-assessed skills, and learning intent; we also designed a knowledge-assessment tool specifically for… CONTINUE READING

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