17 Dec Enriching Scholarship 2013: Keynote
Enriching Scholarship 2013: Keynote
Keynote Address: What Have We Learned From MOOCs? A Panel Discussion of the Implications of Enormous Open On-line Programs for Training and Studying
The University has a short while ago ventured into the globe of the Enormous Open On-line Program (MOOC) by partnering with Coursera. We will start off our keynote session with an introduction to MOOCs in general and UM’s involvement with Coursera in unique, followed by a panel discussion with UM college who are teaching Coursera courses. Panelists will focus on their ordeals preparing and utilizing their Coursera courses, with a concentrate on what classes we can find out from MOOCs about teaching and discovering on campus and in other contexts.
Gautam Kaul, John C. and Sally S. Morley Professor of Finance, Stephen M. Ross Faculty of Organization, Unique Counsel to the Provost on Digital Training Initiatives
Eric Rabkin, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of English Language and Literature Professor of Art and Layout
Caren Stalburg, Assistant Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Barry Fishman, Associate Professor of Studying Technologies in the University of Michigan Faculty of Training and Faculty of Information.