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Watch “Bioethics and the Revolution in Higher Education” Now

If you weren’t able to make it to the Library’s annual Casey-McIlvane Memorial Lecture in October, you can now watch the video online! The lecture, titled Bioethics and the Revolution in Higher Education, featured Professor Karen Stohr and Kelly W. Heuer of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics discussing the Institute’s upcoming MOOC on Bioethics and how new teaching technologies are revolutionizing one of Georgetown’s premier disciplines. They were joined by Rosalena O’Neil of the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy, who presented on her work with the University’s first MOOC, Globalization’s Winners and Losers, launched this past fall.

Together, these presentations illuminate some of the great opportunities—and challenges—higher education faces as we move into a technology-rich future.