MSUglobal has participated in two discussions in January related to badges and credentialing learning at Michigan State University and is hosting a third discussion in February.
MSU LEARNING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (LearnDAT) invites you to attend the next session in their ongoing Breakfast Series: Conversations on Online Pedagogy and Best Practices.
Michigan State University faculty members Mark Wilson and Eva Kassens-Noor, who worked with MSUglobal to develop, “Mega Events: Inside the Winter Olympics,” a massive open online course (MOOC), recently discussed the reasons countries want to host the Olympics on WKAR’s Current State.
A new Michigan State University initiative offers service opportunities to MSU alumni, faculty, staff and others in the Spartan community around the world, starting with a pilot project in Mérida, México, April 4-13, 2014.
Wilson and Kassens-Noor were asked to discuss some of the best and worst host cities in Olympics history. Here are their thoughts on the site of the 2014 Sochi Olympics by Discovery News.
Faculty teaching MSU’s Olympics MOOC recently discussed the cost of the 2014 Winter Olympics with Business Insider.
Nikos Manouselis of Agro-Know, a company specializing in knowledge management practices and services and research and innovation in agriculture, recently wrote about how Brian Bedard’s talk at MSUglobal’s Open Knowledge for Agricultural Development Convening 2013 impacted his work
Christine Geith and Gwyn Shelle of MSUglobal, along with Rod Kinghorn, College of Social Science, and Ryan Yang, IT Services, will participate in an Instructional Technology Brown Bag Seminar Series discussion entitled, “Competencies, Badges and MOOCs: New Ways of Thinking How We Credential Learning,” from noon-1 p.m. Jan. 24 in room 105 of the Natural Science Building.