The Times, They Are a-Changin’

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Pilot: Lessons Learned at EDUCAUSE 2013

Phil interviews Inside Higher Education editors Doug Lederman and Scott Jaschik about the changing times in higher education and how those changes are driving conversations about educational technology in both positive and negative ways.

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  1. On your campus or within your context, which are the educational challenges that are the most important and the most appropriate to be addressed with educational technology? And likewise, what are the areas where it’s the most risky and the least appropriate to use technology to address on your campus?

  2. Neil Mehta says:

    In medical education, Anatomy is learned by dissection of cadavers. This time-honored practice has not changed in over 200 years. Appropriate use of interactive 3D visualization tools combined with clinical imaging methods (MRI, CT scans) could potentially improve the efficiency of the process and even make it more relevant.

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