“We have to have standards in a case-based platform where we can view the interaction in the classroom as to be about being a productive, prepared, creative, and supportive meddler of the group,” she said. “These are the things that make a course more involving than just sitting in front of a monitor or reading a case.”
Bloomberg first reported that the Business School was developing an online learning initiative in the fall. The Crimson reported at the time that the platform had been in development since at least June 2013.
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