Habitable Worlds [...]

> Habitable Worlds was created as a course for non-science majors at Arizona State University in 2011 to address these challenges. Centred around the Drake equation, the course progresses from topics that are well understood and quantitative through to those with considerable uncertainty. (Source)

Habitable Worlds was mentioned as a model of machine-human synergy by both Randy Bass and Michael Crow at ELI 2016, which shows even in vastly different takes on the future of education there are intersections. See Rebundling Education (Bass) and ASU’s Fourth Domain

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