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elearnspace › What will universities monetize in the future?

elearnspace › What will universities monetize in the future? | Mediawijsheid in het HBO | Scoop.it

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Future of higher education lies in distance learning

Future of higher education lies in distance learning | Mediawijsheid in het HBO | Scoop.it
By the year 2020, the college experience could be drastically different.
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Damon Ing's curator insight, July 3, 2016 12:08 AM
A discussion takes place about what the future possibly holds for distance learning. This article believes that the future of distance learning will be much like it is today, just more refined. As students continue to have extensive knowledge in computers, the avenues to distance learning will be realized. This is important to understand that distance learning is not just a fad but is here to stay. It is also becoming more increasingly accepted by universities and colleges throughout the country. 
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Can Free Online Courses Transform the Higher Education Industry?

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Can Free Online Courses Transform the Higher Education Industry? by Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal of the Wharton School.

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Are Universities Afraid of Online Learning?

Are Universities Afraid of Online Learning? | Mediawijsheid in het HBO | Scoop.it

On May 17, 2012, Peter Klein, writing for the Christian Science Monitor, wrote that, "Mainline universities loudly proclaim their love of online learning — and pedagogical innovation more generally — while doing everything possible to retard it. The strategy has been to make a few easy, low-cost, conservative moves that preserve the status quo, such as putting some existing courses online, while trying to suppress the innovative outsiders like Phoenix, DeVry, TED, Kahn Academy, etc. It’s a classic example of what Clayton Christensen calls sustaining innovation — incremental changes that keep the existing market structure intact. The last thing the higher-ed establishment wants is disruptive innovation that challenges its dominant incumbent position" (CSMonitor.com).


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Why is technology taking longer to seep into higher education?

Why is technology taking longer to seep into higher education? | Mediawijsheid in het HBO | Scoop.it
Technology integration in all education is necessary. However, elementary education seems to have the most early-adopters of technology and a firmer grasp on the best ways to implement these new ch...

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Infographic: Building the Future of Education

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The future of higher education and other imponderables

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We will be running an open online course from Oct 8-Nov 16, 2012, addressing some of the concepts in this post. Registration is free (duh). The discussion below is part of a proposed text with Johns Hopkins University Press that I’m co-authoring with Dave Cormier and Bonnie Stewart.


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