From Web-enhanced face-to-face courses to MOOCs, flipped, blended, and fully online courses, videos are an integral component of today’s educational landscape—from kindergarten all the way through higher education.
Every year I make a Web 2.0 Tools Prezi for the Tech Ninja Conference at the local Region 6 Education Service Center. Below you'll find this year's version of the presentation, greatly pared down from past years.
Antioch University will pay Coursera for the rights to offer MOOCs from 33 universities for credit as part of its third year undergraduate program, focusing particularly on students transferring in from community colleges (the fourth year will be on campus)Antioch will charge a lower tuition fee for these courses (closer to community college fee levels than public universities’)Antioch will assign a faculty member to provide learner support for Antioch-registered students in each MOOC-based course, with about 20 students per instructor (as for on-campus classes)Students will take an exam at the end of each course for credit from AntiochCoursera will pay rights to the universities contributing MOOC courses to Antioch.
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