AFT On Campus issue on MOOCs

AFT On Campus issue on MOOCs

Something all educators should be considering is what the role Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) will play in all of our futures. All indications appear to be that many administrations are looking at MOOCs as a silver bullet for financial woes. But it’s not that simple — MOOCs open a whole can of worms and this issue of the American Federation of Teachers On Campus publication explores MOOCs from several useful perspectives. http://www.aft.org/emags/oc/oc_winter201314/index.html#/20/

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About seszucs

Suzanne E. Szucs is an artist, writer and educator living and working in Rochester, MN. A recipient of numerous grants and awards, including an Illinois Arts Council Individual Fellowship and a Minnesota State Arts Board Individual Artist Grant, Szucs has shown her work widely. To see portfolios or link to articles go to: www.suzanneszucs.com or mnartists.org Szucs has a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having taught since 1995, Szucs has held positions at a variety of institutions, from adjunct positions at art schools and community colleges, multi-year positions at two universities and is currently a full-time Instructor of Art, Photography at Rochester Community & Technical College. Her experience includes teaching across the spectrum of photographic practice and history and working with diverse demographics of students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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