University Classrooms are Replacing Shakespeare with Selfies

University Classrooms are Replacing Shakespeare with Selfies

Emerging college courses analyze celebrities, selfies, and even 'wasting time on the Internet' to draw insights on pop culture and media

Charlie Stephens
  • 22 january 2015

Universities realize how important it is to be cutting edge- educational institutions around the world are adopting new technologies and strategies in order to stay relevant and maintain their credibility. But adopting online curricula and Internet-based communications is just a starting point. Course content itself is beginning to adapt to the times, as classes on pop culture, selfies, binge watching, and Internet browsing are taking college campuses by Twitter storm.

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