He starts with quote from John F. Kennedy:
"A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on"
Scott Page is teaching online class "Model Thinking" at Coursera
But he also thinks that classic "campus" has a future, and this presentation elaborates how and why.
"Universities are perhaps the most resilient of all human institutions"
He cited Clark Kerr from University of California
"The three purposes of the University?--To provide sex for the students, sports for the alumni, and parking for the faculty"
On a more serious note, Scott Page suggest that universities are good place for creating knowledge,
and for continuous education ("DIKW") for alumni and a "logistics" for faculty. No change for students :)
Data => Information => Knowledge => Wisdom.
Data: Captured phenomena
Information: coded, classified, categorized data
Knowledge: relationships between information
Wisdom: capacity to apply relevant knowledge
Explicit Knowledge => Tacit Knowledge
Passive Learning (Lectures) => Active Learning (Interactive)
"Knowing is not enough; We must apply.
Willing is not enough; we must do."