7 Business Schools Exploring EdTech — From Artificial Intelligence To Oculus Rift

When Moocs burst onto the scene five years ago, many predicted business schools’ demise. Wharton professors Christian Terwiesch and Karl Ulrich wrote Moocs are a “Trojan Horse” with the potential to “destroy” the full-time MBA. But rather than killing the campus, they have become an example of the whizzy digital innovations being embraced by even the oldest Ivy League institutions. “You can expect us to take engaged learning to another level where we implement technology. We’re already moving in that direction,” says Alison Davis-Blake, dean of the University Of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. “Online education is one part of it,” says Soumitra Dutta, dean of Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management. “But it’s really rethinking the way students learn today….There is a tremendous revolution.” This has taken the form…


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