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'Transforming in an Age of Disruptive Change | Part One - SCUP's Planning for Higher Ed Mojo

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The following article from Planning for Higher Education v41n2 is published here today, and availa…

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The following article from Planning for Higher Education v41n2 is available to everyone free, only from today through next Thursday.


Part One of "Transforming in an Age of Disruptive Change" by Donald NorrisRobert Brodnick,Paul LefrereJoseph Gilmour, and Linda Baer(Part Two will be published on February 8.)


Almost twenty years ago, the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) published the book Transforming Higher Education: A Vision for Learning in the 21st Century (THE), written by Michael G. Dolence and Donald M. Norris. THE served as a manifesto of how the teaching, training, experiences, and perspectives offered by higher education needed to be realigned with the needs of society, then redesigned, redefined, and reengineered.

Today, higher education is faced with pressure to transform broadly and rapidly, partially because we have failed to achieve significant and needed change. ... This paper sets the stage for this conversation.

Part One

Revisiting What the Future Looked Like in 1995

Tracking Other Voices from 1995 to the Present

Establishing 2013 as Our New Vantage Point for the Future


Part Two (February 8)

Reinventing Strategies, Business Models, and Emerging Practices

Getting Started, Getting it Done