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Online Learning: Exploring the Possible
Stanford University is aggressively exploring the varied ways in which online technology has the potential to enhance educational access and quality. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have captured wide public attention, but Stanford’s work in the online space is much broader. How can we help students learn more effectively? How can we use technology in different ways to meet the needs of different kinds of students? How can the data provided by online platforms help us expand our understanding of teaching and learning?
These videos highlight some of Stanford’s experimentation in this exciting world.
An overview of Stanford’s online work – developing coursework, developing platforms, exploring the educational implications of online learning.
THE STANFORD APPROACH
Stanford has offered some courses online for years. But the campus is exploring online opportunities more extensively than ever before.
Stanford faculty hope to use technology to improve education for on-campus students as well as distance learners. Learn what they’re learning.
QUESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE
Faculty at Stanford are not just developing coursework, but exploring the big questions about online education and its implications.