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Mobilization of Learning
What is driving the mobilization of learning, what levers can educators and businesses apply to surf the wave?
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Online and open-access learning in higher education

Online and open-access learning in higher education | Mobilization of Learning | Scoop.it
Online and open-access learning in higher education: MOOCs, new pedagogies and business models Senate House, University of London.  Tuesday 5 February 2013. Presentations and slides from this confe...

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Most of the discussion here appears to conform to the sentiments of the 'An avalanche is coming' paper.

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Helen Wybrants's curator insight, March 19, 2013 5:58 AM

Some good content to inform and harvest...

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An avalanche is coming: Higher education and the revolution ahead > Publication :: IPPR

An avalanche is coming: Higher education and the revolution ahead > Publication :: IPPR | Mobilization of Learning | Scoop.it
'Our belief is that deep, radical and urgent transformation is required in higher education as much as it is in school systems.

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A must read from Pearsons group - free and thought provoking

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Infographic: The Future of Higher Education - Getting Smart by Caroline Vander Ark Davis - EdTech, higher ed, Online Learning

Infographic: The Future of Higher Education - Getting Smart by Caroline Vander Ark Davis - EdTech, higher ed, Online Learning | Mobilization of Learning | Scoop.it
This week, like so many lately, our team thought a lot about how to transform the higher ed learning experience. Like this infographic, we believe the landscape will change drastically in the next few years.

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A good, although American, view on the change coming. Nothing here about the potential for higher education to further develop the class system within itself. The 'poor' being the MOOC students with their struggle to build netwoks of influence in a fugue of online noise, and the 'wealthy' being the on-campus students connected by frat relationships and existing business and family ties. 

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