Digital age brings opportunities in virtual internships and collective intelligence problem-solving

December 8, 2015

Diana Oblinger, president emeritus of Educause, explains that technology is changing the opportunities available in postsecondary teaching and learning. She argues that postsecondary institutions can define higher education in the connected age by integrating the digital world with the physical world. She concludes that “learning is what our institutions do first and foremost and in the connected age we can connect with each other, we can have interactive experiences, deeper and richer experiences, such as games-based learning environments, simulations and transnational exchanges with people.” Vancouver Sun