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The current global conversation on technology-enhanced learning is missing a key element: what are the most useful metrics, standards, and methods for ensuring that modes of education using technology have a positive effect on learning outcomes? As a world-renowned leader in the development of technologies and methodologies to improve student learning, Carnegie Mellon is ideally suited to assemble a Global Learning Council to help establish the standards and metrics we need. I am very pleased to be a member of this Council.
- Hunter Rawlings, President, Association of American Universities

An important step in the use of technology in online education is to develop rigorous methods and standards for learning outcomes. The Global Learning Council created by Carnegie Mellon University is made up of thought leaders in technology-enabled learning. At edX, we are committed to fostering quality education, and I am honored to work with the council to develop innovative approaches to improving learning outcomes.
- Anant Agarwal, president of edX

We are honored that CMU has invited Microsoft to join the GLC as a founding member. Microsoft and CMU share a common, longstanding commitment to advancing the state of the art in learning technologies, and we are convinced that The Simon Initiative and the GLC will help accelerate this important mission.
- Peter Lee, Microsoft

CMU is a true pioneer in the development and assessment of new technologies and approaches for learning. CMU has a remarkable record of making the exciting and important connections between innovative pedagogy, cutting edge technology and quantifiable learning outcomes, which are critically needed in conceiving the role that technology can and will play in the education of the future.
- Dr. Tan Chorh Chuan, President of National University of Singapore