Big Ideas: The Future of Higher Education
The Instructional Design team from Faculty Computing Services presents a speaker series exploring the topic Big Ideas: The Future of Higher Education. Each speaker will give a 15 minute presentation followed by a 15 minute Q&A from the audience.
The Future of Credentials: Will digital badges replace university degrees? presented by Emily Goligoski, Mozilla Foundation.
The Flipped Classroom: Does the ‘classwork at home, homework in class’ model work? presented by Shawn Thelen, Hofstra University.
Wikipedia: From Consumer to Producer: Student editing of Wikipedia entries (with very high standards) presented by Jon Beasley-Murray, University of British Columbia.
Next-Level MOOCs: Reinventing assessments through peer-to-peer learning presented by Jim Groom, University of Mary Washington.
Location: Spiegel Theater (between Mason and Weller Halls)
Sponsored by the The Instructional Design team from FCS.
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Contact:George R. Haines
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