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An evolving digital nervous system now connects an exponentially growing network of individual human beings. This infrastructure has enabled organizations to cultivate the renewable and self‐generating economic resource of human capital. Organizations are beginning to see how technology can...
Provides a commentary on education at the turn of the millennium. Compares the changes in for profit organizations who have innovated with educational reform where they have no such widely accepted repertoire of successful reforms – or reformers – to turn to.
States that four trends promise to dramatically change the university of the next century: globalization, virtualization, multiculturalism, and politicization, driven by economy and efficiency, technology, values and rights, and power and politics. The article explores the impact of these trends...
The changes associated with how higher education institutions teach students have presented and will continue to present major challenges for years to come. One thing is certain: as the mode of delivering higher education has evolved, students, faculty, and administration have already come to...
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