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Great Scott! Back to the Future Day is here! If you’re familiar with the 1980s Back to the Future film franchise, you may already know why sci-fi fans everywhere are celebrating today: October 21, 2015 is the day in the then-far future to which Marty McFly accidentally time-travels. To celebrate this momentous fictional occasion, revisit Back to the Future in a whole new way with...

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 An interview with Dr. Alexander de Haan from Delft University of Technology, the instructor of the upcoming MOOC Solving Complex Problems. What is unique about solving multi-actor problems? And how can an engineering approach help? In the 1950s a politician or engineer would have said: ‘I know what the problem is, and this is what we are going to do about it’, and this was...

Read More about Dealing with Spaghetti Situations — How to Solve Complex Problems Like an Engineer?

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Thank you to TU Delft for an exciting three days of collaborative idea exchange around teaching, learning and the future of education at our Global Forum, #FutureEDU, last week. We were overwhelmed by TU Delft’s warm, generous hospitality, and thoroughly enjoyed our time in the beautiful Netherlands. Josh Kim, director of digital learning initiatives at the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, joined us...

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10 New Courses from DelftX Live from #FutureEDU, conference hosts, Delft University of Technology (DelftX) are excited to announce ten brand new courses, including their first XSeries. Dutch engineers are world renowned for their expertise in the field of water. Not altogether surprising, considering a large part of the Netherlands is a delta and lies below sea level. The Water XSeries, offered by the Faculty of...

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