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[EMC-LM 2nd convention] MOOC platforms and online learning opportunities for the labour market by Cathérine Mongenet
Second General Assembly / Convention
on European MOOCs and the labour
MOOC platforms and online
learning opportunities for
the labour market
Catherine Mongenet, France Université
Who are the MOOCs learners ?
Most of the learners have a job and many follow a MOOC to
improve their professional competencies
On the FUN-MOOC platform : 75% learners from the labour force
▪ 72% of them use MOOCs with an identified career goal
▪ 53% wish to increase their skills on a professional topic
▪ 30% wish to train for a new job by developing a new expertise
▪ 78% report they have developed their knowledge and expertise
▪ 30% claims to have won self-confidence thanks to the MOOCs
▪ 36% feel they have benefited professionally
Among the job seekers
▪ 45% report they have progress professionally
▪ 12% claims to have found or regained employment
New developments on the MOOC platforms
MOOC platforms and universities have started to develop MOOC
pathways for continuing education and professional development
Common Microcredential Framework / GRADEO
To better serve the labor market, MOOC platforms have established
partnerships and collaborations between
The ecosystem around each MOOC platform regroups :
networks of universities and academic knowledge providers
multiple economic sectors, service providers and corporate
Set of courses for initial and in service teacher training
Partnership with the Ministry of Education, the National Institute for
Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research and other public
partners to create MOOCs for Teacher Professional Development
Examples of an EduOpen Pathway for Teachers training
Company space for institutions, companies and SMEs that need to have
their own platform functionalities. Benefits include:
Availability of a large number of courses and content by areas of knowledge.
Provide employees with training for digital transformation, Upskilling and
Possibility of having a personalized space for companies.
Obtain reports and analytics
Short courses, ExpertTracks, microcredentials
Many of these are in collaboration between universities and
companies (AWS, CISCO, Microsoft)
Different types of collaboration (co-creating, endorsement)
Some microcredentials are created by a company and then
validated by the university
Partnership is expanding to include more
FUN Corporate : a platform where universities display courses for
the labour market
White label platforms for specific partners
The national center for lifelong learning civil servants
The national agency for environment and energy
Partnerships with socio-economic sectors and public actors to
create MOOCs for professional development
MOOC for SMEs on digitalization with Ministry of Economy and
MOOC platforms and universities collaborate with private and public
labour market organisations: sectors, enterprises, ministries and public
They deliver and co-create with these organisations MOOCs and MOOCs
pathways for employment.
Needs for upskilling and reskilling are growing.
Microcredentials are a key
MOOC platforms and universities deliver comprehensive services for the
organisation of high quality continuous professional development of the
workforce in sectors, companies and public services, reducing the cost
by flexibility and scalability.
European MOOC Consortium
Thank you for your attention !