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Hi. See below for a Med school-focused interview with one of the co-founders of Courera.  Also note the new Google+ community for Technology in Health Education.
-Boyd

From: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Reply-To: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Date: Thursday, May 2, 2013 1:50 PM
To: Boyd Knosp <boyd-knosp@uiowa.edu>
Subject: GIR Interviews Coursera Co-Founder on MOOCs in Medical Education

An Interview with Coursera Co-Founder on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in Medical Education

We recently sat down with Daphne Koller, a co-founder of the popular online MOOC platform, Coursera to talk about what role MOOCs may play in medical education and patient care.

In this brief video, the first in our new AAMC series, "What Got Us Here, Won't Get Us There," you can hear Daphne talk about what MOOCs are, what opportunities they offer for medical education, the learner and teacher analytics that they offer, what issues surround course retention, how they might be used in a hybrid model of education, and what they represent in the rapidly evolving and increasingly more digital world of medical education and health care delivery.  

If you'd like to learn more about MOOCs (or any other medical education technology topic), we encourage you to log onto the GIR's new Google+ community for the Technology in Health Education (T.H.E.) Project, formerly known as Education in Motion (EMo). There you can chat and share with your colleagues and peers from across academic medicine about what new trends and technologies are capturing the attention of the community.

If you have an innovative program in care delivery or education and would like to share it with the broader community as a part of this series, please contact Ethan Kendrick at ekendrick@aamc.org.

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Hi. See below for a Med school-focused interview with one of the co-founders of Courera.  Also note the new Google+ community for Technology in Health Education.
-Boyd

From: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Reply-To: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Date: Thursday, May 2, 2013 1:50 PM
To: Boyd Knosp <boyd-knosp@uiowa.edu>
Subject: GIR Interviews Coursera Co-Founder on MOOCs in Medical Education

An Interview with Coursera Co-Founder on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in Medical Education

We recently sat down with Daphne Koller, a co-founder of the popular online MOOC platform, Coursera to talk about what role MOOCs may play in medical education and patient care.

In this brief video, the first in our new AAMC series, "What Got Us Here, Won't Get Us There," you can hear Daphne talk about what MOOCs are, what opportunities they offer for medical education, the learner and teacher analytics that they offer, what issues surround course retention, how they might be used in a hybrid model of education, and what they represent in the rapidly evolving and increasingly more digital world of medical education and health care delivery.  

If you'd like to learn more about MOOCs (or any other medical education technology topic), we encourage you to log onto the GIR's new Google+ community for the Technology in Health Education (T.H.E.) Project, formerly known as Education in Motion (EMo). There you can chat and share with your colleagues and peers from across academic medicine about what new trends and technologies are capturing the attention of the community.

If you have an innovative program in care delivery or education and would like to share it with the broader community as a part of this series, please contact Ethan Kendrick at ekendrick@aamc.org.

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Hi. See below for a Med school-focused interview with one of the co-founders of Courera.  Also note the new Google+ community for Technology in Health Education.
-Boyd

From: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Reply-To: Ethan Kendrick <ekendrick@aamc.org>
Date: Thursday, May 2, 2013 1:50 PM
To: Boyd Knosp <boyd-knosp@uiowa.edu>
Subject: GIR Interviews Coursera Co-Founder on MOOCs in Medical Education

An Interview with Coursera Co-Founder on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in Medical Education

We recently sat down with Daphne Koller, a co-founder of the popular online MOOC platform, Coursera to talk about what role MOOCs may play in medical education and patient care.

In this brief video, the first in our new AAMC series, "What Got Us Here, Won't Get Us There," you can hear Daphne talk about what MOOCs are, what opportunities they offer for medical education, the learner and teacher analytics that they offer, what issues surround course retention, how they might be used in a hybrid model of education, and what they represent in the rapidly evolving and increasingly more digital world of medical education and health care delivery.  

If you'd like to learn more about MOOCs (or any other medical education technology topic), we encourage you to log onto the GIR's new Google+ community for the Technology in Health Education (T.H.E.) Project, formerly known as Education in Motion (EMo). There you can chat and share with your colleagues and peers from across academic medicine about what new trends and technologies are capturing the attention of the community.

If you have an innovative program in care delivery or education and would like to share it with the broader community as a part of this series, please contact Ethan Kendrick at ekendrick@aamc.org.

This message was intended for: boyd-knosp@uiowa.edu 
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