Tagged: ModPo

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Toward a diversity of #MOOCs

Every once in a while I get the urge to resist some of the many vast generalizations about what “massive open online courses” (MOOCs) are and can be. Twitter is a place for this counterarguing. Search by #MOOCs and find a combination of profit-minded hucksterism, single-minded higher-ed utopianism, and critics...

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T. de los Reyes’s poetry postcards

Here are two of the many poetry postcards made for us by T. de los Reyes of Manila. T. has been a ModPo regular since 2012 and has served the community brilliantly as a Community TA (CTA) for five years. Click on either image for a larger view.

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new ModPo video: close reading of James Schuyler’s “Salute”

We at ModPo have now added to the “ModPoPLUS” syllabus an early poem of James Schuyler called “Salute.” Among the new resources is a filmed close reading of the poem, moderated by me, with Emily Harnett, Davy Knittle, and Gabriel Ojeda-Sague. If you are currently enrolled in ModPo you will...

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“Not Impossible”: Dan Bergmann & ModPo

Dan Bergmann’s father Michael wrote a piece on Dan’s involvement with ModPo, and HERE‘s the link. Excerpts: In September of 2012 there were not yet many humanities courses on Coursera (remember Dan wants to be made to compare ideas, so the humanities are better for that than many hard science...