Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U)
The Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) is an interdisciplinary center for innovation in higher education. Formally created in December 2010, it seeks to have a real-world impact on curriculum, students, faculty and programs.
The center is made up of faculty from the schools of Computer Science, Interactive Computing, Industrial Systems Engineering and Public Policy, as well as the College of Management. Collaborating centers at Georgia Tech include the GVU Center (learning technologies), the Tennenbaum Institute (enterprise transformation), GTISC (privacy, compliance) and the Computing for Good (access and affordability) initiative.
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(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-02-21)“Disruption” is the theme of the moment in higher education policy. In 2008, StraighterLine was the first provider of ultra-affordable online courses outside of the traditional accreditation structure. This talk will outline ...