Phelps Colloquium / To MOOC or Not to MOOC - Part 3





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"To MOOC or Not to MOOC? Opportunities and Perils in Online Teaching"
December 12, 2013 / Genrich-Rusling Room, LeChase Hall, 4 to 5:30 pm

Part 3: Mark Bocko, Professor and Chair, Computer and Electrical Engineering

Mark Bocko, Professor and Chair, Computer and Electrical Engineering
John Covach, Professor and Chair, Department of Music
Eric Fredericksen, Associate Vice President for Online Learning

The Phelps Colloquium was initiated in April 2004 as "Lunch with the Provost" by former provost Chuck Phelps, who sought to create a relaxed setting in which faculty and academic leaders from across the University could learn about interesting research and scholarship and interact with colleagues outside their normal spheres. Phelps' idea was that this cross-campus mingling would engender more multi-disciplinary collaborations. Although no official data exist regarding that outcome, the Phelps Colloquium has developed a reputation for fascinating topics and high quality speakers that one faculty member recently called "routinely the best, most interesting and engaging talks I go to." President Seligman named the colloquium in Chuck Phelps' honor upon his retirement in 2007.

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