Last week, the world of higher education IT convened in Denver for the 2012 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. Countless sessions considered the future of higher education, debating MOOCs and OER or exploring competency-based models and learning analytics. (A great primer? See Michael’s Horn’s session on, “Disrupting College.”)
On Thursday, NGLC’s latest grantees pushed the conversation further. In a panel discussion, representatives from Southern New Hampshire University, New Charter University, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and Northern Arizona University shared their plans to launch new degree programs in fall 2013 that “break the mold.”
View their session using the link below to hear, in their own words, how their programs will personalize learning and reduce the time and cost to degree. Have questions for the program developers? Learn more and contact them on their profile pages.
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