Julia Freeland from the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation put together a really nice article this month commenting on the new ways in which technology is helping students. We all know that technology has become adept at personalizing content for us, but we are getting into the age where revealing “social capital” is becoming more important. Technology is helping students form relationships and there are quite a few companies that are working towards this.
Freeland discusses Project Leverâ€™s presence in major universities as a tool for students to utilize in their efforts to find faculty advisors, and also how Project Lever is working to unite students with each other in MOOCs (massive open online courses) in an effort to increase graduation rates and solve the loneliness problem.
Read the full article fromÂ Clayton Christensen Institute!
Thank you, Julia!