Hybrid Education 2.0

“What if you could teach a college course without a classroom or a professor, and lose nothing? According to researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, there’s no ‘what if’ about it. Earlier in the decade, Carnegie Mellon set out to design software for independent learners taking courses through the university’s Open Learning Initiative, an effort to make courses freely available to non-enrolled learners. But rather than merely making course materials available to non-students, like MIT’s famous OpenCourseware project, Carnegie Mellon wanted to design courses that would respond to the individual needs of each student …” (more)

[Steve Kolowich, Inside Higher Ed, 28 December]


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