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Friday, June 17 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
“What is a Classroom?” -- Learning Environments, Library Collections, and the Internet in Theological Education

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As more seminaries and theological schools opt for online, hybrid, or blended curricula formats, and technology becomes ever more present, the question of where a person learns becomes more apparent and important. With these changes, the role of the library, as a place with physical and digital collections comes into question: What constitutes a future collection and how will it be used? How important is the space of a library or will we no longer need theological libraries as physical spaces in the future? How much will curricula play into what libraries have versus what can be found online freely, and is this happening already? Looking at the development of such programs, including the newly establish hybrid M.Div. at Christian Theological Seminary, we will explore these relationships, assess the utility of changing learning and pedagogy habits, and determine “what constitutes a classroom” for theological learning in the 21st century.


Friday June 17, 2016 1:00pm - 1:50pm
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