Education may be a little late to the big data party, but with so many collectible data points, education may far outpace the benefits other industries have found. With adaptive curriculum, a myriad of recommendation types, and activity at all levels of institutions, this topic is shaping up to be a fascinating dialogue in the year to come.
Kevin Turner, Associate Partner, IBM Global Services (http://ibm.co/UYYfOH) Josh Baron, Senior Academic Technology Office, Marist College (http://bit.ly/UYY5Xq) Dr. Bruce Wexler, C8Sciences (http://bit.ly/UYXWDq)
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