"You Can't Stop the Signal, Mal" and Other Great Lessons from Stanford's MOOCs

Wednesday, February 06 | 10:45AM–11:30AM | Governor's Square 14
Session Type: Professional Development
Stanford's online learning initiative has extended learning opportunities to people across the globe, further challenging the definition of nontraditional learners and providing a space for experimenting with innovative teaching strategies. As we've offered massive open online courses to the world, we've begun to learn about how people learn online and how to design online courses for the thousands who may never set foot on our campus. Join Stanford Online's pedagogy team to discuss what we've learned from our MOOCs and help us move the conversation forward about how universities can provide rich learning experiences to all learners.

Learning Objectives:
* Analyze lessons learned from Stanford's MOOCs and apply them to similar efforts at your institution
* Plan opportunities on your campus, inviting the appropriate stakeholders to discuss how online and blended learning may benefit enrolled and nonenrolled learners
* Outline critical questions and research ideas for similar efforts at your institution


  • Amy Collier

    Associate Provost for Digital Learning, Middlebury College

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