Information age classrooms require multimedia pedagogical tools while academic content and new knowledge is still being produced in peer reviewed 'paper' format. This panel brings together educators, editor, reviewers, a publisher and thought leaders from around the globe to share their experiences with information age pedagogy. The goal of the dialog is to focus on participant centred learning using multimedia case studies and other technology enabled tools, so that a desired future can be envisioned jointly. The challenges to creating multimedia case studies and other pedagogical tools for participant centred learning need to be identified and addressed jointly as a globally connected community.
|Journal||Academy of Management Proceedings|
|Publisher||Academy of Management|