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Universidades de piedra con campus en la nube

Universidades de piedra con campus en la nube | Eduployment | Scoop.it
Todo sobre el e-learning
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Manuel Area es catedrático del Departamento de Didáctica e Investigación Educativa en la Universdad de La Laguna. Dirige el grupo de investigación "Laboratorio de Educación y Nuevas Tecnologías", y ha escrito más de un centenar de libros, articulos y otras publlicaciones sobre esta temática.

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Temas-Candentes-Universidad.pdf

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Informe de PwC sobre los temas clave de la educación pública:

 

¿Es sostenible financieramente nuestro sistema universitario?

¿Es eficaz el gobierno de las universidades?

¿Está “sobredimensionado” el sistema universitario?

 

Interesante

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More than Digital Content: Long Live Your Course -- Campus Technology

More than Digital Content: Long Live Your Course -- Campus Technology | Eduployment | Scoop.it
Digital content may change our habits of creation, distribution, and access to course materials and other academic works on campus. But will it change our basic values of education? Here, Jack M.
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Una intersante reflexión sobre el contenido y su forma de "empaquetado", los cursos. Son estos la base de la formación pero con la tencología el contenido está cambiando y por tanto también la propia educación:

 

"· The value of a university learning experience, online or traditional, is far more than the value of the content.
· Content-based intellectual property is more valuable to the faculty than it is to the university.
· Development of digital materials will require some sharing of ownership between faculty and the university with minimal restrictions on reuse by either and proportional compensation to each for their contributions.
· No one can or should own courses, syllabi, pedagogies, or ideas.

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A University Is A Social Enterprise, So Why Don’t They Act Like It?

A University Is A Social Enterprise, So Why Don’t They Act Like It? | Eduployment | Scoop.it
I just got back from the Ashoka U Exchange, a truly awe-inspiring convergence of college and university students, faculty, and administrators from 30 countries.
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Interesante post sobre cómo el coste de las universidades está haciendo que estas instituciones no cumplan el fin social para el que se crearon:

 

Unlike charities, universities’ services are not free to the people they serve. In this, they resemble some of the newer breed of social enterprises like microfinance organizations, which lend money to the poor at interest--often quite high interest.


Charity begins at home. If a college can’t provide meaningful access to students regardless of income, either by radically lowering its upfront costs through the use of technology, shortening time to degree, increasing the flexibility of its programs, changing its recruiting, support and accreditation policies, or all of the above, then it shouldn’t call itself a changemaker.

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