MSUglobal, an innovation and strategy hub that assists faculty in creating, facilitating and implementing impactful projects that lead to new research and funding opportunities, hosted a discussion of MOOCs at MSU on Sept. 9. Here are some highlights of the discussion from social media.
Igniting Innovation, MSUglobal’s annual showcase event, will feature a discussion of experiential education at Michigan State on Sept. 25.
The Equine Business Network, a collection of assessable educational resources for professionals in the horse industry, will receive a finalist award for the NUTN 2013 Shirley Davis Award for Excellence in Blended Learning.
Interested in MOOCs? Four MSU faculty who have piloted successful ones will be part of a panel at the September Fanning the Flames.
Christine Geith wrote a guest column discussing how MSUglobal helps Michigan State fulfill its land-grant mission in the 21st century.
Researchers from Michigan State University will unveil the first prototype for a professional-grade, open source device that measures plant photosynthesis and other plant physiological measurements at the Open Hardware Summit in Boston.
Dr. Christine Geith, Michigan State University Assistant Provost and Executive Director of MSUglobal, was one of six scholars named a 2013 Sloan-C Fellow by the Sloan Consortium.
Toby A. Ten Eyck, an associate professor of sociology at Michigan State University and artist, will host a reception for his artwork in the MSUglobal Innovation space from 4:30-6 p.m. on Sept. 19.