Online Education Forum
November 28, 2012
“Moving Online: Stakes and Assumptions” is the first in a series of forums hosted by COT and CEP on online education. The forums will address issues of assessment, quality, access, and the costs of online education. The first forum includes a panelist of UCSC faculty discussing the questions posed below.
Charlie McDowell, Chair of COT, Introductory Remarks
(starts at 00:00)
Diane Gifford-Gonzalez, Anthropology, With more online courses are we moving implicitly to a different model of education?
(starts at 6:49*)
Brent Haddad, Environmental Studies, What questions should we be asking?
(starts at 15:56*)
Ira Pohl, Computer Science, Should we allow our students to get credit for MOOCs?
(starts at 25:10*)
Kip Tellez, Education, Should UCSC be trying to compete or cooperate with the likes of EdX and Coursera?
(starts at 37:30*)
Anthony Tromba, Mathematics, What role can online education play in science and engineering instruction?
(starts at 44:23*)
Tracy Larrabee, Chair of CEP, What is CEP's role in approving and regulating the use of online courses?
(starts at 1:00:12*)
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* Start times will vary from one audio player to the next. These times are consistent with QuickTime7 but will be slightly different in Windows Media Player and iTunes.