"The digital revolution in education will see a fundamental shift from teaching to learning. Learning with Big Data offers a lively and engaging account of the tools that will make this shift not only possible but inevitable. We have customized clothes, coffee, and playlists; the classroom is next." — Anne-Marie Slaughter, President of New America Foundation, former Dean of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School
"Read this short but powerful book: the ideas not only set the stage for a modern theory of learning, but transform how teaching materials themselves can 'learn' and education can be tailored to the individual. The book shows why big data is a big, useful topic." — John Seely Brown, co-author of A New Culture of Learning, visiting scholar at USC, and former chief scientist at Xerox Corp.
"An inspiring and informed book about an unfolding transformation — not just in the way we learn, but in the way we learn about learning." — Jace Kohlmeier, Dean of Analytics, Khan Academy
"The best introduction to how big data will revolutionize — and improve — education for everybody. A fine and timely work." — Tyler Cowen, author of The Great Stagnation and Average Is Over