In the past decade, waves of new technology have swept across higher education. We’ve learned that Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) will not do away with campuses, and iPhones can’t transmit an entire college education. But it’s also not possible for traditional education models to remain untouched by new forms of information technology.

Why Now?

How?

Why Now?

Technology has changed the higher education landscape—and there are new opportunities for our talented faculty to be even more dynamic in teaching.

How?

Increase access—online. Create online courses to maximize availability for classes with enrollment bottlenecks.

Blend. Increase the use of blended learning to enhance the interactivity of on-campus courses.

Headline. When possible, redesign high-enrollment classes into smaller, more highly interactive tutorials.