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Rethinking digital education in a ‘global classroom’

Rethinking digital education in a ‘global classroom’

A Q&A with Sidharth Chauhan

Sidharth Chauhan discusses his experience with BKC's research sprint, "Digital Ethics in Times of Crisis: COVID-19 and Access to Education and Learning Spaces," exploring the societal and ethical aspects of digital transformation and learning.

“We were a global community of approximately 40 student participants and 33 experts from different countries spread over five continents in the program,” said Chauhan. “I had a wonderful experience engaging with and learning from leading experts in the field of digital technology, education, policy, and ethics. Working with different student groups and being a part of an interdisciplinary research team improved my research and collaboration skills. And I was able to make meaningful connections, even though virtually.”

Read the full Q&A on Harvard Law Today

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