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Cinema studies prof obtains exemption to allow use of copyrighted movie clips in MOOCs | Penn Current

For Peter Decherney, a professor in the Cinema Studies Program in the School of Arts & Sciences, the use of movie clips is essential in his teaching.

MOOC: A University qualification in 24 Hours or less

Massive Open Online Courses have been through a dramatic cycle of media hype and criticism over the past few years. Are they bolstering or diminishing the internet’s gateway to education?

Augmenting learning & development through MOOCs

Augmenting learning & development through MOOCs
Organizations today are using MOOCs to supplement their learning and development initiatives in order to develop and upskill their workforce

‘Sexing the Canvas’ MOOC launch

On Monday 26th October, the Learning Environments’ MOOC team successfully launched the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), ‘Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender’. The launch party, hosted by the National Gallery Victoria, welcomed the course into fruition with addresses from Professor Jeanette Hoorn, Professor Gregor Kennedy, Peter Mellow (Learning Design Coordinator), and Margaret Sheil (Provost, University of Melbourne).

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