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April 12, 2019

Ed-Tech’s Tsunami on Higher Education

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Louis Arias, InMotion Daytona State College

New technologies like AI, machine learning, and educational software are sending rigid bell schedules, credit requirements, age-based grade levels and physical specifications to Wikipedia’s “History of Higher Education” page.  With the opening of the high-tech  Gale Lemerand Student Center, DSC President Dr. Thomas LoBasso was asked if the new building was designed with Adaptive Learning in mind. His response was, “This building has just three classrooms, but their design is totally new. The seating can be moved around, they have the latest AV technology and full wall whiteboards. The building also has numerous study rooms designed for collaborative activities. Before we designed it, we brought a student panel together to make sure we were building what students need, not necessarily what we wanted. ”

Ed-Tech’s Tsunami on Higher Education

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