Bringing Harvard Online and the vision of ‘the 60-year curriculum’ Virtual Deep Dive with Hunt Lambert – Part 2
[WEBINAR] Part 2: The vision of the 60-year curriculum
COVID-19 has disrupted the world and affected education. While online education is not a new phenomenon it is often looked down upon due to a common misconception of being of lesser quality. While a lot of universities feared the shift to education online, one of the world’s most prestigious and traditional universities has offered its first online courses since 1997 and modernizing them since then.
This virtual deep dive with Hunt Lambert, Dean Emeritus of Division of Continuing Education at Harvard University consists of 3 parts.
Part 2 aims to address topics such as
- What is the ’60-year curriculum’
- How can universities tailor their curriculums to a new knowledge work economy
- Why higher education has to become learner-centric instead of school centric
- How can employers take part in the success of their employees’ life long learning
- Differentiation between credit and non-credit courses
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