New learning technologies bring the classroom to the learner
New technologies that enable students to learn in off-campus settings—or that supplement off-campus experience—create new challenges for theological schools. Should the technologies be used, and if so, how? How can schools ensure the quality of the learning that takes place? What is the student’s perspective? In this article Jeremy Langford provides an overview of selected theological programs, interviewing deans, professors, students, and others in the field. Where does your school fit in this story? What are your school’s plans for future technology-mediated learning?