Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) recognized the need to get in front of the challenges and threats associated with the revolution in educational technology. However, because of its market-leading position, the school did not want to be too hasty. It wanted any forays into technology-enhanced education to protect the quality of learning and the Georgetown brand name.
Huron worked with SFS to identify more than a dozen pilot initiatives that would help the school to test its hypotheses about the market, develop faculty experience, test assumptions around development of a technology enhanced learning platform, and explore questions around quality and assessment. The University developed several goals for moving forward, including testing the viability of massive open online courses (MOOCs). » Download Now