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“The learning engineers would have several responsibilities. The most important is that working in collaboration with members of the faculty whose interest they can excite, they design and redesign learning experiences in particular disciplines. Like all staff experts-operations analysts in the business, for example-their long-run effectiveness will hinge on their ability to transmit their expertness to the line organization, in this instance the teaching faculty. Because they are experts in designing learning experiences, an important part of their skill will be directed toward devising learning experiences for the faculty. In particular, concrete demonstrations of increased learning effectiveness, on however small a scale initially, will be the most powerful means of persuading a faculty that a professional approach to their students' learning can be exciting and challenging part of their lives.”
— Herb Simon (1967) The Job of a College President