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Learning Innovation and the Future of Higher Education - (Tech.Edu: A Hopkins Education and Technology)

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Number of Pages: 232

Genre: Education

Sub-Genre: Higher

Series Title: Tech.Edu: A Hopkins Education and Technology

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Age Range: Teen

Author: Joshua Kim & Edward Maloney

Language: English

Street Date: February 11, 2020
TCIN: 79626763
UPC: 9781421436630
Item Number (DPCI): 247-39-8796

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A quiet revolution is sweeping across US colleges and universities as schools rethink how students learn both inside and outside the classroom. Technology is changing not only what should be taught but how best to teach it. From active learning and inclusive pedagogy to online and hybrid courses, traditional institutions are leveraging their fundamental strengths while challenging long-standing assumptions about how teaching and learning happen.

At this intersection of learning, technology, design, and organizational change lies the foundation of a new academic discipline of digital learning. Coalescing around this new field of study is a common critical language, along with a set of theoretical frameworks, methodological practices, and shared challenges and goals. In Learning Innovation and the Future of Higher Education, Joshua Kim and Edward Maloney explore the context of this new discipline, show how it exists within a larger body of scholarship, and give examples of how this scholarship is being used on campuses.

What Kim and Maloney demonstrate in this foundational text is an understanding that change is a complex dynamic between what happens in the classroom and the larger institutional structures and traditions at play. Ultimately, the authors make a compelling case not only for this turn to learning but also for creating new pathways for nonfaculty learning careers, understanding the limits of professional organizations and social media, and the need to establish this new interdisciplinary field of learning innovation.

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