Professor Andy Andres, a biology teacher at Boston University’s College of General Studies, is also a leading expert on sabermetrics, the science and art of baseball analytics. After teaching the course for many years as a lecturer for his alma mater, Tufts University, he worked with BU’s Digital Learning Initiative to create a BU MOOC,
Boston University and Davidson College have begun using MOOCs to serve high school AP courses. Another article about our Project Accelerate!
The BU Digital Learning Initiative has recently posted helpful guidelines about scripting videos for a MOOC (massive open online course). The guidelines may be of help for any use of prerecorded video in a teaching context, such as a “flipped” classroom. The infographic below identifies the multiple steps of the process.
On Sunday, May 22nd I spoke during a “Strategies for Video and Media Development” workshop at the Learning International Networks Consortium hosted at MIT on the topic of how to apply three stages of media production to MOOC making. After a high level overview of what goes into the pre-production, production, post-production stages, a question
The Digital Learning Initiative would like to thank everyone who joined us for our half-day workshop on February 27, 2015 about MOOCs, Blended Learning, and Flipped Classrooms at BU: What have we learned? Our workshop consisted of short presentations and panels where both faculty and course assistants who have participated in MOOCs and blended learning efforts
From MOOCs to new technologies, BU’s online education has blossomed Read the article
Astronomy professor teaches about planets in solar system in BU’s newest MOOC Read the article