Liberal Arts and Educational Technology

Inside Higher Ed points out the happy marriage of the Liberal Arts and ed tech:

A liberal arts degree works well if your job requires more communication and less coding. Lots of time giving presentations and listening to the needs of our faculty colleagues, less time at the command line. Ed tech professionals are generalists by necessity, able to communicate with a wide range of subject matter experts in our quest to help create better learning environments.

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I have to say that degrees/experience in ministry, pastoral care, and theological studies also applies quite well. I’m part of that club.

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