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Faculty members in education, medicine, law and the humanities are the latest recipients of Stanford funds for innovative approaches to teaching and learning.
As part of its effort to promote expanded access to high-quality online learning opportunities around the world, Stanford helps launch the OpenEdX open-source platform and begins offering summer coursework on it.
An interdisciplinary freshman course shows students how networking predates Facebook by hundreds, even millions of years.
Instructors hope to provide people worldwide with crucial skills for starting their own companies.
MOOCs on computer science and math yield rich rewards, scholars tell a forum audience. Among them is the feedback they get about how students learn.
As new MOOCs are made available to the world at large, professors innovate on campus to make Stanford-only courses more exciting and effective.
Panel discussion weighs opportunities and dangers in the marriage of new technologies and the classroom.
The Graduate School of Education and the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning are partnering to advance research on how people learn.
Podcasts by students, followed by action videos, make exercise physiology real, very real.
Stanford's Lytics Lab studies data from massive online courses to learn more about how we learn.
Interaction and opportunities to make choices are among the virtues of the new generation of educational games, experts say.
In a keynote address, Roy Pea points to the necessary marriage between learning sciences and learning analytics.