It has been five years since the launch of the Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) and on May 12, Georgia Tech and the higher education community at-large gathered to celebrate the center’s history and impact.
Prof. Charles Isbell of Georgia Tech's College of Computing presents a "state of the program" on the innovative online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMS CS) program. Hear Isbell discuss the journey to make this program successful as well as future plans for OMS CS' growth and development.
On Tuesday, March 24, Michael Madaio presented a C21U Seminar on adaptive learning systems, examining the current set of providers, their capabilities, and their limitations.
David M. Majerich, research scientist for the Center for 21st Century Universities presented "Course Drift in Blended, Large Enrollment, Multiple Section Courses" during the Teaching Track of the Learning with MOOCs: A Practitioners Workshop. His presentation was based on a paper he co-authored with Bonnie Ferri, professor and associate Chair for Undergraduate Affairs Systems and Controls, Aldo Ferri, associate professor and associate chair for Undergraduate Studies Acoustic.
Bonnie Ferri, professor and associate chair for Undergraduate Affairs Systems and Controls presented and served as a panelist at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2014 annual meeting this summer.
Paul M.A. Baker, C21U Associate Director, spoke on 21st Century Universities in the Global Landscape of Higher Education as part of the “Program Implementation and New Avenues” panel at the "American Higher Education in Changing Global Economy" forum, Dec. 5, hosted by Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Tech CIBER, and the US India Business Summit.
The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) held a workshop on March 4, 2013, featuring Rich DeMillo as the keynote speaker.