"The history of education is punctuated by disruptive changes, and some people have even argued that it is the point of education to be disruptive. Drawing on her background in world history and her role as the head of ANU Online — a technology supported initiative that takes a new lens to programs, people and possible futures — Marnie Hughes-Warrington will explore what it means for staff and students to navigate the edge of the world, including the critical role of relationships in education, and whether current trends in education are radically different to the past." Read more at the Higher Education Technology Agenda.
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