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Volume 17, Issue 2 A Look at Heutagogy: New Opportunities for Self-Directed Learning As technology rapidly changes how students learn, faculty can stretch the boundaries
of learning by giving students greater responsibility over the skills they master,
a perspective researchers call heutagogy. In this issue of The Toolbox , learn how to embed heutagogy into your courses.
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issues of The Toolbox an added focus, while providing context for 2019 and beyond.
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