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If you are a Columbia University Faculty member and are interested in applying to the Provost’s Hybrid Learning RFP, note that the submission deadline is April 6th, 2015 at 5:00pm EST.
Evaluation is a key component of all of the University’s online initiatives, including its venture into massive open online courses (MOOCs), a new and potentially disruptive mode of distance learning. Learn more about how we are evaluating Eric Foner’s Civil War and Reconstruction MOOCs.
On Wednesday, March 19, the Columbia University Alumni Group from the 3rd installment of the Civil War and Reconstruction MOOC—The Unfinished Revolution: Reconstruction and After, 1865-1890—were treated to an hour and a half long study session with Professor Eric Foner.
Join us on Friday, March 27th, at 3:30pm in 523 Butler Library to celebrate 16 years at Columbia.
On March 12, Ian Dolphin, Executive Director of the Apereo Foundation, visitedCCNMTL to talk about open source software solutions for educational institutions.
Hear more from Columbia faculty.
“This particular MOOC technology enables me to reach more students than I have in my entire career.”- Professor Eric Foner, History
“I hope that more educators take the plunge–it’s worth it!”- Professor Rachel Gordon, Medicine
“My course evaluations had a handful of students referencing the Twitter Project as being the most memorable learning experience.”- Professor Reyes Llopis-Garcia, Spanish
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The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) builds education experiences for Columbia University’s faculty, staff, and students across all of Columbia’s colleges, schools, and departments—on campus and online. From our earliest days in 1999, CCNMTL has been dedicated to producing new media and developing educational technology to enhance university teaching and learning. Our productions, publications, and events aim to provide thought leadership and practical support—and promote innovation in pedagogy and curriculum development—for teachers and higher education everywhere. CCNMTL is part of the Columbia University Libraries/Information Services.
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