MOOCs: Designing, Developing and Delivering Them on Your Campus

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Interested in learning more about MOOCs? Curious about how it might positively impact you and your institution? In this webcast, UC Irvine’s Associate Dean of Distance Learning Melissa Loble will be focusing on her experiences in designing, developing and delivering MOOCs on campus. Over the past year, faculty and instructors from UC Irvine have taught 13 MOOCs, including the most recent course “Science, Society, Survival: Lesson’s from AMC’s The Walking Dead” focused on academic topics exemplified through the popular television show.

Join UC Irvine along with Canvas Network for an informative webcast presentation to specifically explore the:

  • Benefits of teaching a MOOC along with the strategies for starting them on your campus
  • Requirements for both teaching and supporting the development of a MOOC
  • Canvas Network, where teachers, students and institutions can connect for personal growth and professional development

Presented by: Melissa Loble, Associate Dean of Distance Learning, University of California, Irvine

Duration: 1 HR

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