A 4 module course where every module has about 8 topic videos of 4 to 8 minutes each.
Each topic ends with one ungraded Quiz question. The module ends with a 5 graded assessment quiz questions.
The course is missing project work, it is limited to video presentations and a few questions,
questions that are mostly related to recalling what has been told in the videos.
The content is valuable: characteristics of innovative organizations, processes of service and product innovation, approaches for sourcing ideas, considerations, and principles of creativity, tools you can use, learning from others, gathering deep customer insights, business
models and constructing innovation strategies, stimulating and embedding innovation in your own organization. Plenty of examples are given but the student is not encouraged to apply the tools & techniques in little projects or to share ideas / projects / feedback with each other. There is hardly any conversation on the discussion forum.
I've done many MOOC courses but this was my first MOOC on the Open2Study platform. The platform has the main MOOC features in place: video's, quizzes, additional material, scheduled modules, ... It also has features you will not easily find on other platforms like gamification & the possibility to connect with other learners, features with potential but hardly used by the students or of little value for the learner.
In summary: quite good content but not exploited as a good MOOC, only little more than a youtube channel