Category: Anatoly Temkin

Metropolitan College Wins USDLA Best Practices Award

May 11th, 2015 in Anatoly Temkin, Computer Science and Information Technology, Distance Education, MET News

Metropolitan College Wins USDLA Best Practices Award

In conjunction with its 2015 National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) presented Boston University with the Platinum Best Practices Award for Distance Learning Programming. The award recognized the Metropolitan College Department of Computer Science online course Quantitative Methods for Information Systems. Developed by Associate Professor and Chair of Computer Science Anatoly Temkin and Distance Education Assistant Director of Instructional Design Daniel Hillman, the course is part of MET’s online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems, which ranked #3 among the nation’s Best Online Graduate Computer Information Technology Programs by U.S. News & World Report this year.

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MET Online Course Wins Catalyst Award with Distinction

July 18th, 2014 in Anatoly Temkin, Computer Science and Information Technology, Faculty News, Featured News Post, MET News, Press Releases, Programs

Blackboard Catalyst Award Winner

Blackboard’s Catalyst Award, Director’s Choice for Courses with Distinction, was given to Associate Professor and Chair of Computer Science Anatoly Temkin and Senior Instructional Designer Dan Hillman for Quantitative Methods for Information Systems, a core course in MET’s online master’s in Computer Information Systems.
As defined by Blackboard, the Catalyst Award “honors those who push the boundaries of their educational programs and technology in order to deliver innovative and effective learning experiences.” This is the fourth Catalyst Award BU has received from Blackboard since 2011.

Dr. David Hillman
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