Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
MOOCs & the Stanford
Libraries
Pushing the Envelope in Education
1 October 2013
Mimi Calter
Assistant University Librarian...
•MOOCs in general
•MOOCs at Stanford
•MOOCs at Stanford Libraries
• Massive
• MANY participants
• Open
• No fees to participate
• No fee-based materials
• Not limited to a campus or group
...
• Serve large numbers of students
• Accessible in underserved areas
• Low financial barriers for the student
• Metrics & n...
• Cost of creating a MOOC is high
• Issues with less didactic pedagogies
• Best for highly motivated students
• What is th...
MOOCs at Stanford
Online learning is more than MOOCs
- Programs
• Education’s Digital Future
• Brings together educators
• Stanford Online High School
• Stanford Center for Pr...
- Programs
• Faculty Seed Grants
• support design and development of
innovative online and blended courses
VPOL provides services
• Navigate relationships with platform providers
VPOL provides services
• Address IP concerns
• Content / permissions
• Ownership of pedagogy
• Course Ownership. Instructor acknowledges that under University
policy, courses taught and courseware developed at the U...
MOOCs at Stanford Libraries
Copyright Education
• Annual Copyright Reminder includes
distance learning guidelines
Copyright Education
• Not a copyright clearance center
• Faculty are responsible for clearing rights
issues on their own
•...
SUL is learning as we go
• We’re taking MOOCs
• We’re using LMS systems for training
• We’re attending the campus forums
Questions?
Moo cs   pushing the envelope
Moo cs   pushing the envelope
Moo cs   pushing the envelope
Moo cs   pushing the envelope
Moo cs   pushing the envelope
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Moo cs pushing the envelope

535 views

Published on

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Moo cs pushing the envelope

  1. 1. MOOCs & the Stanford Libraries Pushing the Envelope in Education 1 October 2013 Mimi Calter Assistant University Librarian & Chief of Staff Stanford University Libraries mcalter@stanford.edu
  2. 2. •MOOCs in general •MOOCs at Stanford •MOOCs at Stanford Libraries
  3. 3. • Massive • MANY participants • Open • No fees to participate • No fee-based materials • Not limited to a campus or group • Online • Over the web • Courseware
  4. 4. • Serve large numbers of students • Accessible in underserved areas • Low financial barriers for the student • Metrics & new pedagogical tools
  5. 5. • Cost of creating a MOOC is high • Issues with less didactic pedagogies • Best for highly motivated students • What is the business model?
  6. 6. MOOCs at Stanford
  7. 7. Online learning is more than MOOCs
  8. 8. - Programs • Education’s Digital Future • Brings together educators • Stanford Online High School • Stanford Center for Professional Development • Credit for online coursework • Stanford on YouTube & iTunes U
  9. 9. - Programs • Faculty Seed Grants • support design and development of innovative online and blended courses
  10. 10. VPOL provides services • Navigate relationships with platform providers
  11. 11. VPOL provides services • Address IP concerns • Content / permissions • Ownership of pedagogy
  12. 12. • Course Ownership. Instructor acknowledges that under University policy, courses taught and courseware developed at the University are property of the University. Instructor understands and agrees that the Course, including videos, lectures, assessments, slides, web pages and all accompanying materials, that he/she prepares or creates (either alone or jointly with others) in connection with the Course, shall be owned by the University, and all right, title and interest in and to the Course and all related works shall be sole property of University. The University grants Instructor a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to the Course and related works for noncommercial use. Any commercialization of the Course, when appropriate, will be carried out by the University subject to written agreement of all the Instructor(s), separate from this document, and with revenue sharing consistent with University policy on the commercialization of inventions.
  13. 13. MOOCs at Stanford Libraries
  14. 14. Copyright Education • Annual Copyright Reminder includes distance learning guidelines
  15. 15. Copyright Education • Not a copyright clearance center • Faculty are responsible for clearing rights issues on their own • Partnering with SIPX • Provides an automated, integrated tool
  16. 16. SUL is learning as we go • We’re taking MOOCs • We’re using LMS systems for training • We’re attending the campus forums
  17. 17. Questions?

×