Harvard Business School’s Chao Center, College admissions, endowment managers’ compensation, and more
Award recognizes extraordinary innovation in higher education
Harvard’s president emeritus embraces online learning.
Letters on E.O. Wilson, Senator Franken, dating data, Overseers, lecture lessons, softball, basketball, taxes, lilacs, and primate research
EdX will offer courses, explore distance- and campus-based learning technologies
The Harvard Initiative on Learning and Teaching launched its activities with a day-long symposium.
Chosen from a field of 255, 47 awards will stimulate innovation in learning and teaching.
Letters about Al Franken, the value of lectures, education and economics, justice, the Tea Party, primate care, and more
Harvard’s initiative to enhance learning and teaching begins.
Examples of active learning abound in the Harvard curriculum.
“Active learning” may overthrow the style of teaching that has ruled universities for 600 years.
A $40-million gift jump-starts a University initiative to adapt learning and teaching to twenty-first-century opportunities and challenges.
The Hausers invest $40 million to launch the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.
The context for a major new initiative on teaching skills, classrooms, learning technology, and evaluation