Disrupting Higher Education with Technological Innovation, at HEASPA Brown Bag, The University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX), Thursday, March 20, 2014:
    Charles Eliot’s elective system initiated at Harvard University in the 1890s radically transformed the field of higher education. It is one of only a few truly disruptive innovations to catalyze universal change in how people learn on American college and university campuses. The only other innovation in learning that approaches this scale is another Harvard pedagogy – the Case Study Method, also developed in the late 19th century. Around the same time, one of the world’s most enduring technological innovations was born: the automobile. With thousands of advances since that time, todayâ... Read more about Disrupting Higher Education with Technological Innovation