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How to MOOC Your Human Services | Fei Tang

 

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Talk description: The use of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) as a new service delivery tool, thanks to their far-reaching capability, community-building capacity, and superior cost-efficiency, provides seemingly endless possibilities for non-profit visionaries to innovate their human services. But is a MOOC a suitable tool for your organization and your particular project? And how do you MOOC a human service? Fei Tang, the self-proclaimed “Social MOOC Pioneer”, will walk you through her journey of using MOOCs to advance social causes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM3zeUmOsXs

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Presenter Bio: Fei Tang is a social innovator, curriculum designer, and MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) producer. As a MOOC production pioneer in Canada’s non-profit sector, she piloted four e-learning projects to experiment with delivering social services on the MOOC platforms. Her team produced the first so-called Social MOOC in Canada, which reached more than 5,000 students. In June 2016, Fei Tang’s Social MOOC initiative won Toronto Foundation’s Vital Idea Award. Prior to her MOOC consulting career, for eight years, Fei managed a mentoring program for CultureLink, a Toronto-based charity. She is also the founder of Nai Syrian Children’s Choir, a choir for refugee kids.


Event Details:

When: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 12:00 Noon - 1:30 pm
Where: OISE/UT --- Room 3-104 --- For directions, please look under Contact Us.
*No registration required. 
 
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