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Join us on Thursday, July 24, 6pm EST, for an #ArtHang Open House, held in conjunction with "Art & Activity: Interactive Strategies for Engaging with Art," MoMA's latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Course instructors Jessica Baldenhofer, Stephanie Pau and Lisa Mazzola will take your questions on course material. Joining them will be special guest Lisa Libicki, a seasoned MoMA educator with vast experience using activities in the galleries.

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To participate, revisit this #ArtHang Event page on 7/24 at 6pm EST. On the left hand side of the screen, you'll see a black image overlaid with a “play” button. Click on the play button to join the Hangout. Once you are in the Hangout, in the upper right corner you will see an "Ask a Question" button. Click on it to submit or vote on questions in real-time. The most upvoted questions will rise to the top.

Not currently enrolled? No problem. Though the course has already begun, you can still sign up on Coursera (www.coursera.org/course/artactivity).

Can't make it in real-time? All #ArtHang events are recorded and archived on YouTube for playback anywhere, at anytime. Until then, let's keep in touch! Follow us on Google+ and @MoMAlearning hashtag #ArtHang #ArtActivity .
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Please tune in on Tuesday, March 18th, 4pm EST, for another Art Hangs with MoMA Learning G+ Hangout on Air event. The next #ArtHang is organized in conjunction with the second session of "Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom", our popular Coursera MOOC taught by Lisa Mazzola. This virtual "Open House" event gives learners from around the globe the chance to ask questions of Lisa and her special guest Laurel Schmidt (author of "Classroom Confidential" and "Great Teachers Don’t Take No (Or Yes) for an Answer". 
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The #ArtInquiry #ArtHang took place last night and it was a blast! We made use of a beta version of a new HOA app called "Questions" and it made for a really active and engaged audience. For those of you who could not join us in real time, you can watch the entire 1-hour broadcast from the Google+ Event page (hyperlink below). Simply click on the black "Hangouts" image to view the event in a pop-up video.

NOTE: The developers are still working out some kinks so you have to watch it from a desktop or laptop-- it won't play from a mobile device. 
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PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For this #ArtHang, we'll be piloting a newly developed Hangout on Air feature called "Questions". This new feature allows anyone (that's you!) to submit and vote on questions in real-time. The most upvoted questions will rise to the top.  

To participate, revisit this #ArtHang  Event page on 8/13 at 7pm EST. On the left hand side of the screen, you'll see a black image overlaid with the word "Hangouts." Click on that image to view the broadcast in a pop-up window. You'll also see an "Ask a Question" button. Click on it to submit your questions for Lisa.

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Join us on Tuesday, August 13, 7pm EST, for another "Art Hangs with MoMA Learning" Hangout on Air event. This #ArtHang is held in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art’s first MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) "Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom".

Course instructor Lisa Mazzola (Assistant Director, School & Teacher Programs at MoMA) will be hosting a mid-course open house in which students will have a chance to pose questions on course material and share their personal experiences of learning by MOOC. Not currently enrolled? No problem. Though the course has already begun, you can still sign up on Coursera (www.coursera.org/course/artinquiry).

Can't make it in real-time? All #ArtHang events are recorded and archived on YouTube for playback anywhere, at anytime.

Until then, let's keep in touch! Follow us on Google+ and @MoMAlearning hashtag #ArtHang #ArtInquiry.
ArtHangs with MoMA Learning: Art and Inquiry
Tue, August 13, 2013, 7:00 PM
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Wow, thank you everybody for sharing your questions in the  #ArtInquiry #ArtHang ! We hope you enjoyed the "Questions" format as much as we did. For those of you who could not join us in real time, please know that all of the #ArtHang  events are recorded and auto-archived. To watch the entire 1-hour broadcast, simply click on the "Hangouts" image above. Good night!

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Sign up today for a workshop taking place this Saturday, 5/18 at MoMA. Artist Xaviera Simmons will lead a 1-day intensive screenprinting workshop called "Archive as Impetus: Portable Politics/Print as Protest." Don't miss it!
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Reflections on our first #ArtHang experiment via MoMA's INSIDE/OUT blog. Enjoy!
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Sneak peek of #ArtActivity! Watch the Intro Video, the first of the course's 19 videos here!
Art & Activity: Interactive Strategies for Engaging with Art is a free online class taught by Jessica Baldenhofer, Lisa Mazzola and Stephanie Pau of The Museum of Modern Art
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Join us on Tuesday, March 18, 4pm EST, for another "Art Hangs with MoMA Learning" Hangout on Air event. This  #ArtHang is held in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art’s MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) "Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom".

Course instructor Lisa Mazzola (Assistant Director, School & Teacher Programs at MoMA) will be hosting this mid-course open house in which students will have a chance to pose questions on course material and share their personal experiences of learning by MOOC.  Lisa will be joined by writer and educator, Laurel Schmidt, author of "Great Teachers Don’t Take No (Or Yes) for an Answer," whose text is part of the course content for "Art and Inquiry:  Museum Teaching Strategies for your Classroom".

For this  #ArtHang , we'll be using the Google Q&A feature which allows anyone to submit and vote on questions in real-time. The most up-voted questions will rise to the top.  

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To participate, revisit this  #ArtHang Event page on 3/18 at 4pm EST. Look for the video player at the top of the screen and click on the phrase "Be Part of the Conversation" to view the hangout. Click the "Ask a Question" button to submit your questions for Lisa or Laurel.

NOTE If you see an error message where the video player should be, try this: 1) Click on the "Official Site" button above; 2) copy and paste the URL of this Event page into another browser software, such as Safari. 

Not currently enrolled? No problem. Though the course has already begun, you can still sign up on Coursera (www.coursera.org/course/artinquiry).

Can't make it in real-time? All  #ArtHang events are recorded and archived on YouTube for playback anywhere, at anytime.

Until then, let's keep in touch! Follow us on Google+ and @MoMAlearning hashtag  #ArtHang   #ArtInquiry .
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Thanks everyone for joining the conversation! Kudos to you for submitting your questions and huge THANKS to Laurel & Lisa for sharing their wisdom. While the live Q&A is now over, please continue the talking with us & with one another in the Discussion Forums of the #ArtInquiry #MOOC

Learn more about our MOOC initiatives: https://www.coursera.org/moma
 
So excited to kick off our #ArtInquiry  -themed #ArtHang  event tonight at 7pm EST! Looking forward to receiving questions from the #MOOC  and #MuseumEd community. As we'd previously noted, we will be field testing an experimental new Hangouts on Air "Questions" add-on, which allows audience members (that's you!) to submit and vote on questions for consideration.

Start brainstorming your questions for Lisa and please be sure to read the instructions on the Event page for tips on how to watch and participate! 
 
*PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS*
For this #ArtHang, we'll be piloting a newly developed Hangout on Air feature called "Questions". This new feature allows anyone (that's you!) to submit and vote on questions in real-time. The most upvoted questions will rise to the top.  

To participate, revisit this #ArtHang  Event page on 8/13 at 7pm EST. On the left hand side of the screen, you'll see a black image overlaid with the word "Hangouts." Click on that image to view the broadcast in a pop-up window. You'll also see an "Ask a Question" button. Click on it to submit your questions for Lisa.

//EVENT DESCRIPTION//
Join us on Tuesday, August 13, 7pm EST, for another "Art Hangs with MoMA Learning" Hangout on Air event. This #ArtHang is held in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art’s first MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) "Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies For Your Classroom".

Course instructor Lisa Mazzola (Assistant Director, School & Teacher Programs at MoMA) will be hosting a mid-course open house in which students will have a chance to pose questions on course material and share their personal experiences of learning by MOOC. Not currently enrolled? No problem. Though the course has already begun, you can still sign up on Coursera (www.coursera.org/course/artinquiry).

Can't make it in real-time? All #ArtHang events are recorded and archived on YouTube for playback anywhere, at anytime.

Until then, let's keep in touch! Follow us on Google+ and @MoMAlearning hashtag #ArtHang #ArtInquiry.
ArtHangs with MoMA Learning: Art and Inquiry
Tue, August 13, 2013, 7:00 PM
Please read "Details" for Important Instructions

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What's the future of MOOCs at MoMA? Join a live Twitter convo w/ MoMA Ed staff. We'll be chatting it up 3-4pm EST this Thursday 5/30 #AskMoMAEd
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It's What Do You Notice Wednesday! What do you see when you look at this work of art? http://ow.ly/l4g7H

Tweet @MoMALearning on Twitter with your responses #WhatDoYouNotice 
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We're partnering with Coursera on MOOCS for teacher training! Read more about this online teacher training initiative.

Teachers: Sign up now for our first course on "Art and Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies for Your Classroom," taught by Lisa Mazzola, Assistant Director of School and Teacher Programs. More info: https://www.coursera.org/moma
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