The Lecture of Tomorrow: Moving Beyond the 60-Minute Lecture

We’re all familiar with the traditional lecture from years ago. A professor walked into the classroom, stood up in front of an audience of students, perhaps at a lectern or in front of a whiteboard, and proceeded to instruct—talking to the students and presenting information for a full 60-minute class.

But that’s dramatically changed in the past two years. Due to the rapid expansion and adoption of in-classroom technology and user-friendly digital tools, the traditional 60-minute lecture has radically evolved. Professors now use these new tools to capitalise on the benefits of virtual learning, make in-classroom learning more interactive, and more deeply engage students both in and out of the classroom.

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