The second part of the ‘DisruptEd: Ideas that matter’ lecture series took place on June 13-14 in LUMS Lahore and Aga Khan University Karachi respectively. These included a talk on ‘Learning How to Learn’ by Dr. Barbara Oakley. Dr. Oakley is a professor of Engineering at Oakland University. She first spoke at LUMS followed by Aga Khan University, Karachi. In the talk, she explains the scope of digital learning and her expertise as the creator of the world’s largest MOOC.
The series she spoke at aims to serve as a platform for stimulating discourse and disruptive ideas. Especially ideas that connect the different facets of the contemporary ecosystem and create pathways for unlearning and reimagining. Check out the inaugural talk of this series was on ‘Leadership in the Age of Rapid Digitalisation’ by Aamir Ibrahim, CEO Jazz.
Check out the live stream below:
Join the conversation Listen to our esteemed panelists on the scope of digital learning and how LUMS is stepping into the future by starting academic conversations online. Dr. Arshad Ahmad, Dr. Tahir Andrabi, Dr. Kamran Asdar Ali, Mr. Ali Naseer and Dr. Mariam Chughtai share their opinions on ways to enhancing learning and teaching practices in the country.#BeingLuminite
Posted by LUMS on Thursday, June 13, 2019
Opening avenues of learning Dr. Barbara Oakley gives a talk on ‘Learning How to Learn’ at Aga Khan University, Karachi, explaining the scope of digital learning and her expertise as the creator of the world’s largest MOOC. Join in! #BeingLuminite
Posted by LUMS on Friday, June 14, 2019