Institutes that shun online education will fade, says Mark Dorman

Comments Written by Aashay Khandekar | Pune | Published:October 11, 2015 12:25 am Due to online education’s ability to provide personalised solutions and better results to students, traditional classroom teaching will take a back seat, according to Mark Dorman, president, McGraw-Hill Education. Dorman recently attended the Annual Vice Chancellors’ Retreat at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER). He spoke in detail about how the ‘Campus of tomorrow’, which was the theme of the retreat, would be. “It is hard to imagine a future without online education. The technology in itself doesn’t provide a solution. However, well researched and proven content, coupled with deep understanding of how students learn and technology, shows tremendous improvement in the students’ output,” said Dorman. The role of an instructor as a substitute for…


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