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Co-Creation of e-Learning Content: The Case Study of a MOOC on Health and Cyber-Bullying

Fernando Ferri (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy)

Alessia D'Andrea (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy)

Arianna D'Ulizia (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy)

Patrizia Grifoni (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy)

Abstract: The use of a co-creation process within e-learning practices enables learners to live positive experiences as they are more actively involved in the learning process. Starting from this consideration, the paper aims to demonstrate that using a co-creation approach to design a Massive Open Online Course allows amplification of the learning experience as well as the children's knowledge and awareness of digital health literacy issues, particularly of cyber-bullying. To this end, a case study that involves teachers and students from a primary school in Rome has been implemented. To engage students, two participative methodologies (open space technology and storytelling) are used. The results of the case study show a positive impact of the co-creation strategy on both the students' engagement in co-producing the learning content and their awareness and knowledge of the cyber-bullying phenomenon and digital health literacy issues.

Keywords: co-creation, cyber-bullying, digital learning, massive open online course

Categories: L.1.2, L.3.0, L.3.4, L.6.2