Tanner Lecturer and respondents tackle the challenges of preserving the best of higher education while venturing onto new ground.
For the first time in centuries, university administrators and intellectuals are seriously questioning the logic of how we teach and learn, and for the first time, we may actually have the technology to shift the education paradigm. The bad news, according to scholar William G. Bowen, is that there is no quick fix, though clearly technology is a large part of the solution. (...) - By R.F. MACKAY, Stanford Report, October 15, 2012