Through nine journals, students “take control of the narrative” surrounding public policy.
SHARIASource—“Google-like aspirations” for an online resource on Islamic law
Building scale in biomedical informatics
A behavioral economist’s fresh perspectives on poverty
Harvard and MIT researchers mine masses of data about online learning—and begin to address applications to campus classrooms.
Why good data are essential to understanding the Voting Rights Act
His Empire of Cotton: A Global History puts slavery in an international context.
Modeling how globalization leaves the least-skilled workers behind
From the “Teaching Machine” to the promise of twenty-first-century learning technology
On the centenary, historian Ronald G. Suny discusses the causes of the twentieth century’s first genocide.