Education in the internet age
WHAT ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT
Technology is now consistently changing the way we learn and consume knowledge. However, with the utilization of confusing platforms, it is clear that most traditional universities find it hard to utilize the internet to their benefit. Online courses and virtual schools, Apps that allows face-to-face conversations online and documents sharing are already available, so how come esteemed institutions are left behind? As the Internet becomes the primary source of information; traditional education finds it hard to remain relevant. Instead of complimenting each other, these two formats grow further apart.
7:30PM @ The Ellington
936 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10025, USA
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SPEAKERS
Adam Brandenburger
J.P. Valles Professor, New York University
Matthew O. Brimer
Co-Founder, General Assembly
Steven Butschi
East Coast Manager, Google for Education
Carmen Scheidel
VP of Learning at Time Inc.
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