Personalization Outbreak

#24: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education

March 31, 2021 Glenn Llopis Season 2 Episode 24
Personalization Outbreak
#24: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education
Chapters
11:43
Interconnection Across the System
14:05
Cooperative relationships and competitiveness
15:29
Getting Beyond Our Comfort Zones
35:44
New Opportunities for Learning
37:09
“Netflix for Learning”
42:54
Potential challenges of AI Learning
Personalization Outbreak
#24: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education
Mar 31, 2021 Season 2 Episode 24
Glenn Llopis

In this episode, we talk about the collective realization of a higher interconnectedness brought by the pandemic and how we could apply these notions in the higher education transformation. Our guest, Dr. Kaushal Chari, is the dean of the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Together, we talk about providing options in higher education so that we don't put students in boxes that limit individual growth and development. We will also talk about the new trends in higher education such as “Netflix for Learning” and the potential challenges of AI learning based education. 

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In this episode, we talk about the collective realization of a higher interconnectedness brought by the pandemic and how we could apply these notions in the higher education transformation. Our guest, Dr. Kaushal Chari, is the dean of the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Together, we talk about providing options in higher education so that we don't put students in boxes that limit individual growth and development. We will also talk about the new trends in higher education such as “Netflix for Learning” and the potential challenges of AI learning based education. 

 All episodes and more are available at ageofpersonalization.com. 

Join the movement. 

Interconnection Across the System
Cooperative relationships and competitiveness
Getting Beyond Our Comfort Zones
New Opportunities for Learning
“Netflix for Learning”
Potential challenges of AI Learning