The MOOC - Autonomy-driven learning is specifically targeted for university students 👨🏽‍🎓interested to improve their ability to organize their study in an autonomous way.

However, teachers 👩🏻‍🏫 could also find useful sources to re-use in their educational practices.

In the MOOC Autonomy-driven learning, you will acquire self-directedness in decision-making on your learning, self-regulation strategies, persistence and creativity in organizing your study, and flexible study strategies, independent of time and place.

Before starting the MOOC, you are required to take a quiz, that you consider as a way to pre-assess your skills. According to the score obtained, you will be suggested to start from the foundation level, intermediate level or advanced level. In each level, you will read texts, e-books or PDFs, watch videos and forums. Once all the tasks are completed, you will complete an e-assessment in order to obtain a badge that certifies your skills. You will receive your badge by email in approximately 24 hours.


This section is intended to assist participants in deciding which of the levels of the "MOOC Autonomy-driven learning" to take.
In this part of the course, you will know what it means to be an autonomous learner and why autonomy is important for Open Virtual Mobility, you will be able to manage your time during your studies and be able to list and implement some basic tips for more effective study.
In this part of the course, you will develop an understanding of your own level of autonomy and self-directedness as a learner, understand the main elements of self-directed learning in the context of online learning and be able to draw up and apply your own action plan for autonomous learning.
In this part of the course, you will be able to define heutagogy and know how it sits with/within other learning theories, deepen your knowledge about autonomous learning, in particular how it is applied in organisations and develop your understanding of the role of learner autonomy in connectivist learning.