PRWeb (Boston, Mass.) reported Mark Noth '12, an International Business major, as one of the newest members of the 2011-12 Pearson Student Advisory Board, Dec. 19. Noth is one of 12 students from across the country that will work to make changes in college learning materials.
The 2011-12 advisory board members are providing guidance on issues such as personalized learning, the use of mobile devices, the integration of social media, and the evolution of games as learning tools. The students experience firsthand the inner workings of the world’s largest learning company, while Pearson executives in turn offer mentoring, support, and insight into how business decisions are made.
“Higher education continues to change at a rapid pace, and the Student Advisory Board members provide us with a direct connection to college students throughout North America,” said Sandi Kirshner, Executive Vice President for Higher Education Policy and Student Relations at Pearson. “These talented students know firsthand what is happening on their campuses. Their insights, ideas and suggestions are invaluable to our continued development of innovative educational materials.”