Lippman on Learning: Fundamental Changes

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Interview: Lippman on Learning: Fundamental Changes
Syllabus interviews Andrew Lippman, MIT Media Lab's founding associate director, who questions distance learning but lauds technology that will put constructivist control back in the hands of students and shape changes that may lead us to become a society of connected learners.

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