What does it mean to be a SLOW grad student?
Fascinating (and timely) new book about unleashing the Slow Revolution in universities.
A Harvard professor nails why slowing down is essential for deep learning.
Taking notes on a laptop is more efficient, right? Wrong. Using pen and paper leads to better learning.
Should high-achieving students at elite universities slow down a little?
Thoughts on what a ‘Slow University’ might look like.
What would a SLOW university look like? A fascinating seminar on November 6th at Durham Uni looks for answers to that question.
A compulsory course for all first-year university students on our relationship with time + technology?
Smart piece on how our obsession with speed, efficiency and throughput threatens to destroy the culture of higher learning.