Liberal Education, Winter 2014: This special issue features an overview of the Lilly Endowment’s Programs for the Theological Exploration of Vocation.
The authors of this issue's featured articles take a hard look at the phenomenon of the MOOC, the hype surrounding it, and its relation to the aims and purposes of both liberal learning and democratic education. Other authors provide a critique of competency-based education, take stock of the achievements and shortcomings of European educational reform fifteen years into the Bologna Process, propose a new field of interfaith studies, call for educators to promote civil discourse, and reflect on the "liberating" aspects of a liberal education.
This issue features annual meeting presentations on the future of diversity, gender equity, and institutional governance. Also included are...