Killing the Lecture With Technology, Part II – Wired Campus

Earlier this month, The Chronicle wrote about New York University’s attempt to reprogram the roles of some professors in large undergraduate classes, using technology to free them up for more personal instruction. The article prompted other professors to share similar examples of strategies they’ve used to shift class time away from lectures. Here are three of their stories:

Read the story here on The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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