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Powering Up the Classroom: Teaching Tech to Teachers
Education technologies have great potential to enhance student learning—but only if faculty use them. Here's how several business schools are helping faculty stay current in the digital age.

Creating a Path to Digital Teaching Proficiency
St. Mary's College of California has designed a digital teaching certificate to help its faculty prepare for the digital age.

MIT Sloan Test Out Mobile Telepresence Technology
One early adopter of mobile telepresence technology explains to impact the technology has had so far in its executive education programs.

Don't Fear Telepresence
It could be the wave of education's future.

Business Schools Teach with Telepresence
Current experiments with telepresence offer a glimpse into next-generation education.

The Inhuman Touch: Educators Teach the Nuances of Artificial Intelligence
What can business students learn from machines?

Into the Breach: Integrating Cybersecurity into the Business Curriculum
As more companies suffer data breaches, it has become imperative for business faculty and students to know how organizations can protect themselves from hackers.

Setting Up for Cybersecurity
Schools can commit to preparing students for a knowledge-based economy with the right faculty, programs, and tools.

Toward Better Business Communication
Students at the University of Louisville learn to master five essential competencies of business communication.

YOUR TURN: Why Business Schools Must Teach Tech
Digitization is changing everything in both business and education.

Research & Insights

NGOs Seek Solutions Across Sectors
The sustainable benefits of collaboration among NGOs, buyers, and sellers. 

Researchers Attitudes About Open Access
More schools are sharing data online. 

PLUS: Buying responsibly may backfire, and students are embracing e-books.

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Ideas in Action

Bentley University Creates a Social Space for Tech
Its CIS Sandbox is designed for the future of learning. 

Three Experiential Learning Initiatives Emphasize Community Impact
University of Michigan, Santa Clara, and INSEAD immerse students in socially responsible, community-focused projects.

PLUS: New websites for student auditors and faculty researchers. 

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From the Editors

Distinguishable From Magic
I was briefly in Amsterdam a couple of years ago, but unfortunately, I missed out on the launch of this project: the development of a fleet of autonomous boats that can transport goods and people through the city’s waterways. These “roboats” also can become temporary floating infrastructures, such as self-assembling bridges and concert stages, and deploy environmental sensors that gather data about water quality. The project is the first to come out of a new collaboration between MIT and the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions. You can read details at


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