References

Georgia Tech CNE Report References

References

 

References

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———. 2018a. Advising for a New Era. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

———. 2018b. Building a Culture to be Deliberately Innovative in Education. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

———. 2018c. Exploiting Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Personalized Learning at Scale. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

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———. 2018e. Learning by Doing. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

———. 2018f. New Educational Pathways: Better Granularity and Greater Flexibility. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

———. 2018g. The Living Library for Learning (L3). Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

———. 2018h. Whole-Person Development. Creating the Next in Education (CNE) Report Supplement. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology.

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