Thursday, 5 January, 3:30–5:15 p.m., Grand C, Sheraton
Presiding: Kathleen Woodward, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
1. "Emergent Projects, Processes, and Stories," Sidonie Ann Smith, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2. "Learning Collaboratories, Now and in the Future," Curtis Wong, Microsoft Research
3. "It's the Data, Stupid!" Ed Lazowska, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
4. "How to Crowdsource Thinking," Cathy N. Davidson, Duke Univ.
Scholars from the human, natural, and computational sciences will address the future of higher education in a digital age. They will identify problems in higher education today and provide recommendations for what is needed as we go forward. What pressure does this information age exert on the current ways we think about higher education? How does a conversation across the computational sciences and the humanities address, ease, or exacerbate that pressure?
The Profession – General