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Case method, cyber-style

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audience in 'Workshop on the Use of Technology in Teaching and
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Two laptops are in use in the audience as Howard Stevenson, the Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, talks about participant-centered learning in the context of teaching the case method to a large audience. Stevenson was one of several presenters Tuesday (May 18) at the Workshop on the Use of Technology in Teaching and Learning, sponsored by the Harvard Academic Computing Committee, at the Business School’s Spangler Auditorium. The Harvard Academic Computing Committee is co-chaired by Harvard Provost Steven Hyman and by Assistant Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Dan Moriarty.