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HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Technology will be the topic when Dartmouth College hosts the third in a series of campus discussions exploring where the college is going and how it will get there.
The series, called "Moving Dartmouth Forward," is designed to give community members a chance to contribute to initiatives President Phil Hanlon announced last fall. The third discussion will be held Monday and will focus on digital learning. It will be led by college officials who are spearheading efforts to use technology in innovative ways to enhance teaching, and will include a discussion of Dartmouth's recent decision to launch its first "massive open online course."
Other topics for future discussions will include student housing, campus safety, curriculum changes and experiential learning.
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