The newly announced partnership between edX and the Questrom School of Business to deliver an online MBA degree represents one of the most exciting digital learning initiatives at Boston University to date. Under this new partnership, the Office of Digital Learning & Innovation will support the production and delivery of the online degree and co-lead the effort with the Questrom School. Associate Provost of DL&I, Chris Dellarocas, weighs in on the opportunities this initiative will generate for BU at large.
This summer, Instructional Production Services, in conjunction with the Office of Distance Education, is launching several new, interactive, online language courses. Learn about the courses and the use of animated video, live Zoom and more.
By Chris Dellarocas, Boston University’s Associate Provost for Digital Learning & Innovation and Richard C. Shipley Professor of Management at the Questrom School of Business As lifelong learning needs give rise to
Whether you’re in communications, the arts, or science and engineering, expressing your work through multimedia is becoming a critical skill. Pitching a new idea? Presenting your research? Video can add
Dr. Luke Conlin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Physics at Salem State University is our featured speaker in the 3rd Learning Science Seminar Series hosted at Boston
According to the Journal of Travel Medicine, published by Oxford Academic, recent articles in the medical education literature “have emphasized the need for a uniform and comprehensive national education program
BU’s Questrom School of Business and Digital Education Incubator are excited to launch the third run of the popular MicroMaster’s course, Digital Transformation Strategy, beginning February 27th. Sign up now
Digital Education Incubator and College of Communication Co-Develop COM Beyond Lifelong Learning Portal
The Digital Education Incubator (Incubator) is pleased to announce that it is co-developing and funding an important strategic digital infrastructure initiative at Boston University College of Communication (COM) called “COM