Tag Archives: moocs

Sunday data/statistics link roundup (1/27/2013)

Wisconsin is decoupling the education and degree granting components of education. This means if you take a MOOC like mine, Brian's or Roger's and there is an equivalent class to pass at Wisconsin, you can take the exam and get … Continue reading

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Sunday data/statistics link roundup (1/20/2013)

This might be short. I have a couple of classes starting on Monday. The first is our Johns Hopkins Advanced Methods class. This is one of my favorite classes to teach, our Ph.D. students are pretty awesome and they always … Continue reading

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Sunday Data/Statistics Link Roundup (11/4/12)

Brian Caffo headlines the WaPo article about massive online open courses. He is the driving force behind our department’s involvement in offering these massive courses. I think this sums it up: `“I can’t use another word than unbelievable,” Caffo said. … Continue reading

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