Fact Checking? Not Any More

Spread the loveLectures aren’t what they used to be. Back in the day, professors amassed a collection of well-researched information, partly from peers and colleagues, and partly from their own work. From these notes and selected course textbooks, they created a syllabus. Then each week, the teacher delivered the information to his or her students. Some students took copious notes, and others listened, but they were all accountable for the information on the mid-term and final. Technology and the Internet have changed that approach. Students today are as much a part of the research team as the professor or teacher. … Continue reading Fact Checking? Not Any More