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Trusteeship Magazine

Mission, MOOCs, & Money

21,
1
January/February
2013

Trusteeship magazine begins the new year with a look at the phenomenon of MOOCs (massive open online courses) in Mission, MOOCs, & Money. Kenneth C. Green of the Campus Computing Project asks what are they and what do they mean for boards of colleges and universities? We then turn to the topic of religion on campus, with Religion’s Return to Higher Education: A Primer, by Douglas Jacobsen and Rhonda Hustedt Jacobsen. A perennial issue for boards is how best to orient new members, which Stephen G. Pelletier tackles in Welcoming New Board Members: 15 Tips for Better Orientations. And we close out the issue with a look at how two different public institutions are meeting their goals in difficult times as Stephen M. Jordan, Charles A. Shorter, and Iris Weinshall tell us A Tale of Two Cities: Using Public-Private Partnerships to Create Higher Education Opportunities.

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