The Pew Symposia in Learning and Technology

CAT conducted a series of invitational symposia on issues related to the intersection of learning and technology in higher education. The goal was to marshal the best thinking of acknowledged experts and frame issues in ways that would be useful to the higher education community as it incorporated technology into its academic programs. The program convened six symposia and produced six monographs based on those discussions and distributed more than 5,000 paper copies of each monograph throughout the higher education community. Electronic versions are available on the NCAT website at


Browse The Pew Symposia in Learning and Technology Collections:

Improving Learning & Reducing Costs: Redesigning Large-Enrollment Courses (1999)

Who Owns Online Courses and Course Materials? Intellectual Property Policies for a New Learning Environment (2000)