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Molly Krause


Project Summary: H2O
Molly Krause, Berkman Center for Internet & Society.

Higher-ed has finally become high-tech. Schools and universities are networked for worldwide information access; professors and students can extend learning past the four walls of their physical classrooms. So, now what? At Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, we believe the answer to making higher-ed “higher-tech” is an easy method for online curricular exchange. We have applied a universal standard -- the
playlist -- to connect professors, researchers, and thinkers around the materials they are teaching and learning. The H2O Playlist will be a series of links to books, articles, and other resources that collectively explore an idea and set the stage for a course, lecture, or research project. Its simple interface will transform traditional syllabi into interactive, powerful, and global learning tools. H2O's Web-based platform will allow professors and researchers not only share their own content as playlists, but also locate colleagues' playlists and recommended readings that will prove helpful to their teaching. We look forward to sharing and soliciting your feedback on our developing  technology.


Molly Krause is H2O's Project Coordinator at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Prior to the Berkman Center, she worked for IBM as a Technology Strategist in its Strategic Consulting division within Global Services. Molly received her B.A. from Harvard University in Engineering Sciences (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science).

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