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Thomas D. Lairson, Gelbman Professor of International Business and Professor of Political Science, Rollins College
Developing innovative digital education materials, incorporating all of the engaging value that digitization can offer and promoting complex analytical, and intellectual sensibilities in students are unlikely without significant conceptual and organizational changes. This paper develops the “Pixar” model, based on the disruptive innovation practices of Steve Jobs, to describe these changes and how they relate to the existing educational environment. An example of innovative digital materials, based on U.S.-China relations, is elaborated and related to the Pixar model.