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Latest revision as of 19:36, 28 June 2013

In the last year, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have captivated the public's attention and enrolled millions of students. What texts are professors using for such courses? Must they be open access, or even digital? What presses have benefited from getting on a reading list, whether mandatory or suggested? Panelists will discuss how university presses can work with MOOC providers and professors, and assess the present and future paths of online learning.


Chair: Michelle Pullano, Textbook Marketing Manager, MIT Press

Panelists: Alan Harvey, Director, Stanford University Press

Douglas Fisher, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, Vanderbilt University

Sanjay Sarma, Director of Digital Learning, MIT


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"Open Access Textbooks and MOOCs", Michelle Pullano

Presentation Notes, Michelle Pullano


"Incorporating MOOCs and other Online Resources into On-Campus Courses", Doug Fisher



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