Monthly Archives: July 2013

Views: Intersection of Journalism and Computer Science

Editor’s Note: Two journalism educators offer perspectives on the crossroad of data science and digital media. Their articles appear on the website of the Nieman Journalism Lab.  Amy Schmitz Weiss of San Diego State jumpstarts the conversation in her piece: “Conversations have … Continue reading

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My Reflections on MOOC at Halfway Point Of Course

By Lillian Williams The captivating video above features global health expert Hans Rosling. We’ll get to his relevance for this posting in a moment. If you follow this blog, you know that I’m taking a 10-week public speaking MOOC taught … Continue reading

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AP-Level Computer Science MOOC for High Schoolers

By Lillian Williams Are you a high school student interested in computer programming? Does your school offer computer science courses? A new computer science MOOC (massive open online course) is available, free of charge, during the 2013-2014 school year. Anyone … Continue reading

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I’m Taking a MOOC This Summer! Are you?

By Lillian Williams So, I’m enrolled in a MOOC this summer.  It’s a public speaking course taught by Matt McGarrity, a senior lecturer at the University of Washington. MOOCs, of course, are those massive open online courses which are free of charge, … Continue reading

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College 2.0: The New Face of Higher Education

Originally posted on Online Learning Insights:
What will education look like 15 years from now? What will education look like 15 years from now? This was the first question posed to a group of four leading educators during a recorded…

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