Wednesday, March 27, 2013 2:15 pm EST
Presenter: Ann Taylor, Director of John A. Dutton e-Education Institute, Pennsylvania State University
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are taking higher education by storm and oftentimes with as much frenzy as the Road to the Final Four!
Currently, as unpredictable as NCAA brackets, MOOCs are also intriguing and inspiring! Join expert
Annie Taylor to open up lively discussion of MOOCs and how they could fit into your institutions overarching mission for access as well as your strategy for student recruitment and retention.
Topics to be "Bounced Around" are:
- Current and Future state of MOOCs
- Various goals, uses, and applications
- Things to Think About
- Measuring Effectiveness
About The Presenter
Ann ("Annie") Taylor is Director of the Dutton E-Education Initiative at Penn State University. In Annie's role as director, she has responsibility for guiding the College’s strategic vision and planning for online learning. In this role, she works with faculty, administrators, stakeholders, and Institute staff to plan and implement online degree and certificate programs tailored to the needs of adult professionals worldwide. Annie serves on University committees focused on strategic planning, policies, and procedures related to the University’s distance learning initiatives and has been a member of the University Faculty Senate since 2007, where she is an active member of the Senate Committee on Outreach.
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