We’re going to talk with Susan Baldridge about the changes that campuses are facing and how they can better surmount the challenges together.
The "Big Picture" category covers larger trends and topics that influence both the problems that technology can help address in education as well as the barriers to implementing high-quality technology-supported education. This includes research-based topics such as learning science and program effectiveness studies, philosophical discussions such as outcomes definitions, and macro-forces such as government policy, markets, and business models.
Back in July, I wrote an uncharacteristically clickbait-y post about the possibility that Elon Musk’s Space-X Starlink might deliver rural broadband everywhere in North America this year. I got mocked a little, which I expected. It’s usually hard to separate the hype from the genuine revolutions. Well, here we are in October, and Starlink is […]
This crisis is survivable, but there will be pain, and there could easily be preventable institutional mortalities.
Actually, make those plural: billions, holes
The higher ed press has treated technology-enabled education as a side show. But it’s not a side show anymore. It’s the show.
I wouldn’t trust him to name my baby, but I might trust him to make something technologically crazy to work in an unreasonable time frame.
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