Digital Education, MOOCs and the Specter of the Cyberteacher

Beatrice Marovich is a PhD Candidate at Drew University’s Graduate Division of Religion, working at the nexus of religion, animal studies, and feminist thought on a theory of “creaturely life.” She is also an adjunct instructor teaching face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses Montclair State University and Raritan Valley Community College. She has written about online education for the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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