Digital Education Incubator will be hosting four Information Sessions this Fall for you to learn about submitting a proposal for project support and development. Please click on the link to pre-register for the event date/time that works best for you: October 17 1:30 – 3:30 pm 141 Bay State Road, Rm 104 October 24
The next MicroMasters course in Digital Product Management begins on July 31st. Students who enroll in Product Management with Lean, Agile and System Design Thinking will learn how to plan, develop and deliver on all aspects in the lifecycle of digital products. Enroll now!
Project Accelerate has just been awarded the NSF DUE Discovery Research K-12 grant, a STEM-education grant which will provide 3-years of funding totaling $450,000. The project’s Principle Investigators at BU are Mark Greenman and Andrew Duffy. Project Accelerate, developed with DEI’s support, is a partnership program between Boston University’s Physics Department in the College of
Five years and 11 million students on, Anant Agarwal, chief executive of the nonprofit organization edX, sees ample innovation to come from the venture and its university partners. Contrasting the organization’s goals against those of for-profit MOOCs, he notes that even when the organization becomes fully self-supporting, its goal will remain on doing good. “We
Join now to participate in the first of the Digital Leadership MicroMasters courses, set to launch on May 31st. Taught by N. Venkat Venkatraman, the David J. McGrath Jr. professor in management at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, this fully online course on Digital Transformation Strategy will enable students to: Learn to navigate the
DL&I hosted a presentation by Todd Taylor, Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the First Year Writing Program at UNC Chapel Hill and Adobe. The presentation was titled “Everywhere, All the Time: Digital, Experiential, Multimedia Literacy Across the Curriculum,” and explored how Professor Taylor has used multimodal across the curriculum. Embracing Multimodal Learning Taylor