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Re: Chat with Tom Mahon: Technology and the Humanities
Brian Fuller2   11/8/2013 1:07:04 PM
I'm not sure how the morality thing works out long term, but we're moving toward a different  way to create curricula. Specialization is giving way ever so slowly to holistic ways to solve problems.

It's not just a melding of technical disciplines (mechanical and electrical or biological)... I think curricula will evolve to teach students an even broader way to meet the world.

That's the optimist in me.


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