MOOCs at the UA and ASU: 'What's New in the World of Massive Open Online Courses'
During Open Education Month, University Libraries will raise awareness about free and open educational resources (OER). These resources encompass teaching, learning and research materials that are in the public domain or have been released with an open license. OER includes required course materials, such as textbooks and problem sets, which can help make college more affordable. University Libraries joins hundreds of other universities, colleges, schools and organizations from all over the world to showcase what we're doing to improve educational access. Join us in celebrating Open Education Month by attending this panel on Massive Open Online Courses.
Kevin Bonine, Director of Education & Outreach at Biosphere 2, UA
Jason Denison, Technologist, EdPlus at ASU
Chris Impey, University Distinguished Professor of Astronomy, UA
Katrina Miranda, Associate Professor of Chemistry, UA
David Soren, Regents Professor of Anthropology, Classics, and Art History, UA
Josie Strahle, Instructional Designer, UA's Office of Digital Learning
This panel will be held in room A313.