Executive Vice Provost Stephen Gange oversees the coordination of university-wide initiatives in online education, working in close partnership with divisional leaders, faculty, and other stakeholders across Johns Hopkins to advance their online and digital education strategies and pursuits. Together with Provost’s Fellow Ira Gooding, their goal is to facilitate collaboration, learning, and innovation across schools and units. In addition, they provide guidance on university policy and operational issues related to online education and the use of digital technologies.
For more information, contact Provost’s Fellow Ira Gooding at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A day of presentations, demonstrations, and networking opportunities devoted to innovative teaching techniques, including the work of DELTA grant recipients.
Johns Hopkins is dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning both in the classroom and online. Online learning at JHU is largely supported and coordinated through divisional teaching and learning centers that provide expert advice and a variety of services to guide the development of online courses and programs.
Digital Education & Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) grants help to unleash the potential of digital technology and encourage the Johns Hopkins community to think creatively about how to enhance our shared teaching and learning enterprise.
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Johns Hopkins University offers a large number of massive open online courses (MOOCs) through Coursera in an effort to extend the University's teaching enterprise to aspring students and lifelong learners.