The Medical Education Badge Program, led by Gail March, Director of Instructional Design and Faculty at the BU School of Medicine Development, offers an open global opportunity for clinicians, community physicians, fellows, residents, medical students, and health care team members to fulfill lifelong learning skills that they may have missed in their medical education.
The Boston University College of Communication (COM) seeks to expand the circle of learners it serves to include lifelong learners from their teen years through their adult lives. To become a hub for developing critical communications career skills in diverse communications areas, COM will create a coherent brand and efficiencies of scale in administration, education delivery platforms, marketing, registration, and referrals.
Public health is a dynamic field, encompassing scientific, economic, social, and contextual factors that affect the health of populations. Public health professionals across the globe need a place to engage in educational experiences in flexible user‐centered formats. Engineers, urban planners, sociologists, doctors, architects and others need a space where they can infuse a population health perspective into their thinking.
The Questrom School has posed two questions: how will workers develop the mindset and skillsets required by an increasingly digital workplace, and how will BU extend its MOOCs for on-demand learning worldwide? The answer to both is Questrom Digital, a portfolio of 21 online modules drawn directly from the BUx/edX MicroMasters programs in Digital Leadership and Digital Product Management.