Georgia Tech in 2040

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Transcript 0:00 (upbeat music) 0:11 – In Georgia Tech 2040, 0:12 – In 2040, 0:13...

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– In Georgia Tech 2040,
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– In 2040,
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– Georgia Tech in 2040,
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– Georgia Tech in 2040,
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– Georgia Tech in 2040,
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– In the year 2040,
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– Georgia Tech in 2040,
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– Georgia Tech in 2040,
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– Will be a very different place
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from what we understand it to be today.
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– I’m hoping we just plug in the matrix
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and learn that way.
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– [Voiceover] You’re gonna have students going in,
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Skyping in, or hologramming in from all over the world.
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– They’ll be spending time
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working collaboratively both in person and virtually.
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– Georgia Tech in 2040 will be a place
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where we can use technology to get rid
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of our implicit biases that exist on our campus.
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– It’ll be much more about
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personalized learning and personalized education.
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– Still challenge you academically
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like we do today.
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But in 2040, help you develop the skills
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like interpersonal skills,
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whole person skills
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or communication and leadership.
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– I think you’re gonna see a more diverse
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Georgia Tech campus
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with more online classes offered to international students.
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– Georgia Tech in 2040 will be recognized world wide
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as the prime example for urban campus design.
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– We’ll be more diverse in terms of gender.
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– You’ll see probably more hands-on activities,
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a lot more real world experience.
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– Hopefully, more project based and application based.
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– There’s gonna be the ultimate
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blended learning environment
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bringing students to the Georgia Tech experience
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through the vastness of the internet.
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– Georgia Tech in 2040 will allow culture
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to catch up to the technological changes.
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– Georgia Tech in 2040 will look very diverse
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I believe it’ll be highly interactive
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and I also believe that we’re gonna expand
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in many ways.
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