Massification and its discontents: rethinking contemporary structures of access and participation in global higher education
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Theories for learning with emerging technologies 

Theories for learning with emerging technologies  | Massification and its discontents: rethinking contemporary structures of access and participation in global higher education | Scoop.it

The “Research Seminar: Theories for learning with emerging technologies” with Dr. Terry Anderson, was organized by the Edul@b research on September 15, 2016. This Seminar looks at both theories that propel and guide online learning as well as the research paradigms that help shape our research on online learning and teaching.


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Green OA Embargoes: Just a Publisher Tactic for Delaying the Optimal and Inevitable - Open Access Archivangelism

Green OA Embargoes: Just a Publisher Tactic for Delaying the Optimal and Inevitable - Open Access Archivangelism | Massification and its discontents: rethinking contemporary structures of access and participation in global higher education | Scoop.it

"Bravo to Danny Kingsley for her invaluable antipodean OA advocacy!

I think Danny is spot-on in all the points she makes, so these are just a few supplementary remarks:

1. The publishing industry is using Green OA embargoes and lobbying to try to hold OA hostage to its current inflated revenue streams as long as possible-- by forcing the research community to pay for over-priced, double-paid (and double-dipped, if hybrid) Fools Gold if it wants to have OA at all.

It's time for the research community to stop stating that it will stop mandating and providing Green OA if there's ever any evidence that it will cause subscription cancelations. Of course Green OA will cause cancelations, eventually; and so it should.

Green OA will not only provide 100% OA but it will also force publishers to phase out obsolete products and services and their costs, by offloading all access-provision and archiving onto the worldwide nework of Green OA repositories.

Once subscriptions are made unsustainable by mandatory Green OA, journals will downsize and convert to post-Green Fair-Gold, in place of today's over-priced, double-paid (and double-dipped, if hybrid) Fools-Gold."


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Globalisation, internationalisation, multilingualism and linguistic strains in higher education

Globalisation, internationalisation, multilingualism and linguistic strains in higher education | Massification and its discontents: rethinking contemporary structures of access and participation in global higher education | Scoop.it

Interesting Article - ABSTRACT - One effect of the Bologna Declaration is that teaching staff and students are becoming more mobile, increasing linguistic diversity in the European Higher Education Area. This multilingual internationalisation is especially noticeable in bilingual universities such as the University of the Basque Country in Spain, where English-medium instruction is becoming more popular.


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The future of higher education? Five experts give their predictions - Times Higher Education

The future of higher education? Five experts give their predictions - Times Higher Education | Massification and its discontents: rethinking contemporary structures of access and participation in global higher education | Scoop.it
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The future of higher education?

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