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How one individual delivers learning in world religions via internet discussion groups and other e‐enabled technologies.
Anyone who has been a member of academia for any considerable length of time will resonate with de Bono and Machiavelli. Our universities do not usualloy befriend change and innovation; in fact, these institutions usually ignore them.
A discussion of the possibilities and benefits of e‐learning: anywhere, anytime, tailored to the individual, can be very cheap. Concentrates especially on tutorial learning which takes place with a highly skilled tutor and the available technology.
A knowledge economy demands the ability to adapt snippets of knowledge to different situations – critical thought in another form.
A discussion of US higher education at the time of the transition from an industrial to a knowledge‐based economy. This is the time when people need to be educated to cope with not just one job for life but a series of different jobs demanding different skills and aptitudes. Universities and...
The paper argues with those US iconoclasts who would destroy all educational institutions and start again. Much of what is there is redeemable – in any case much of what they are arguing for already exists.
A discussion of the key differences between the Republican and the Democrat parties’ views on education at the time of Bush and Gore’s battle for the presidency. The paper bemoans the insidious effects politics can have on the focus and meaning of education in the US.
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