Special Report

How ‘collaborative learning’ is transforming higher education

Posted on October 29, 2012

At Duke University, business school students use a state-of-the-art “virtual lecture hall” to have conversations with CEOs and fellow students from around the world. At Harvard, physics students learn from each other—as well as their professor—by discussing key “concept questions” in small groups periodically during class. And at dozens of institutions nationwide, students continue their discussion of lessons long after the class period is over, through “social collaboration” platforms that move the conversation online.

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