Oklahoma State's Farm to Fork: A Modest MOOC Proposal

Oklahoma State University is gearing up to offer, for the second time, its Farm to Fork course – a fun yet comprehensive course that scientifically outlines the entire process of agriculture, starting with farms and ending at supermarkets and restaurants. In looking at the course content, as well as the overall program goals articulated by Dr. Chris Ormsbee, Assistant Provost and ITLE Director, I thought it might be helpful to review their model and point out why this may be one that other institutions may want to replicate.

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