Betty Hurley




Dr. Betty Hurley has a doctorate in math education from the University of Rochester. She has been at SUNY Empire State College for over 30 years and is currently a professor and area coordinator in mathematics, developing and teaching online math courses. She has co-authored a book, “Foundations of Learning,” and has recently been experimenting with ePortfolios for learning. She has developed some open educational resources (OERs), including a course called, A Mathematical Journey, available through Wikieducator and a course on ePortfolios for STEM educators as an HP Fellow.

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Jan 25th 2016

Learning through ePortfolios is a 12-week course in which you’ll learn the benefits of a personal learning environment and how to develop one. You’ll also develop a blog and a professional web page, and read about learning and communication theories behind these online tools to enhance your understanding and creativity in their use.

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Sep 28th 2015

If you are in the business environment, you need to have basic quantitative skills, including a combination of algebra and statistics. If you’ve tried gaining these before in a traditional classroom environment and struggled, this course can help you. You may want to use it as a first step before taking a college course in quantitative methods.

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