We live in a world where speed, size, and convenience define our choices.
Take devices, for instance. We go for the fastest, most convenient, and easy to handle gadgets – the phones keep getting slicker, smaller and faster.
However, does this ideology extend to education?
Does the idea of Nanodegrees, for instance, seem acceptable? Or does it seem like an oxymoron of sorts? Because a degree, by definition, is thought of as something immersive that requires time and perseverance.
It may be time to turn the idea of education on its head. Let’s look at what Nanodegrees are and if they hold any promise.