Online Learning Update

July 24, 2013

Stanford seed grants for online learning highlight international collaboration

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

BY R.F. MACKAY, Stanford

Law Professor Richard Thompson Ford is among the recipients of seed grants to develop online courses. Ford’s course, which he will teach in conjunction with colleagues from Berkeley, Calif., and France, is called Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law. Ten faculty teams representing four schools will receive funding in Stanford Online’s latest round of seed grants. The grants will help faculty develop online and blended classes for Stanford students or as massive open online courses (MOOCs). Several will have an international bent. Three of the selected projects are from the Graduate School of Education (GSE); two are from the School of Humanities & Sciences; two are from the Law School; and three are from the School of Medicine.

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