Call them iGens or Gen Z; they are the future of the world. Born between 1998 and 2016 - meaning the oldest members are just 19 - iGens are the teenagers entering college and they grew up with a Smartphone in hand. Just as the Millennials before them, iGens are disrupting the way learning happens in higher education and it goes beyond a greater dependence on technology. Most of them refuse to be passive learners and they are not interested in simply showing up for a class, sitting through the lecture and taking notes to be remembered for an exam later on. Instead, they want to be hands-on and directly involved with the learning process. Moreover, this generation embraces social learning environments and puts more focus on building a career of their choice. While many universities in...
Arun Rajamani, General Manager, Pluralsight India
Sarath Shyam, Managing Editor, The Higher Education Review
Dr. Vikram Venkateswaran, Management Thinker and Founder-Editor, Healthcare India
Dr. Hari Krishna Maram, Chairman & Founder CEO , Imperial College & Digital Brand Ambassador, Vision Digital India
Dr. Premanand Shenoy, Professor - Civil Engineering, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management