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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Photo

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Photo courtesy of Ellen Bratina. PETER B. KAUFMAN is an author, educator, and film producer and the founder of Intelligent Television (www.intelligenttelevision.com) in New York. Twice serving as associate director of Columbia University’s Center for Teaching and Learning (ctl.columbia.edu/), he produces films and educational video in close association with universities, museums, and archives, and he publishes, produces, and organizes numerous projects at the intersection of video, education, and open educational resources. He is executive director of a foundation to promote Russian literature and culture (www.readrussia.org) and runs a summer documentary filmmaking institute for high school students every year in Connecticut (www.hotchkiss.org). Educated at Cornell and Columbia, Kaufman is the author of, among other works, “Video on Wikipedia and the Open Web: A Guide for Cultural and Educational Institutions” for the Ford Foundation (https://outreach.wikimedia.org/wiki/Bookshelf), The New Enlightenment: The Promise of Film and Video in the Digital Age and The Columbia Manual of Video Style. He is online at: pbk@intelligenttv.com and @pbkauf. 58 MOOCS AND OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES: A Handbook for Educators

Intelligent Television produces innovative films, television, and online video; conducts research in the future of media; and provides strategic planning and consulting services, all in close association with leading cultural and educational institutions and renowned directors and cinematographers—and all to make educational and cultural material more widely accessible worldwide. For more information, see: www.intelligenttelevision.com The Education Program of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation makes grants to: • Increase economic opportunity and civic engagement by educating students to succeed in a changing world through deeper learning; • Improve the conditions for education reform in California; • Equalize access to knowledge for teachers and students around the globe through Open Educational Resources; and • Raise educational achievement in disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. www.hewlett.org www.creativecommons.org

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