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Understanding knowledge management in a higher education environment – knowledge as an intangible, social and ephemeral process cannot be directly “managed”.
A discussion of the changing role of community colleges in the US. Should they follow the baccalaureate path, offer four year courses, etc? Suggests that the colleges have to change to remain in existence. Explores some of the options.
A discussion of the impact of the internet on the provision of education. Starts by looking at how, in the music industry, control of property rights has been taken over by what the internet can offer and then moves on to look at how similar effects can be seen in education. In particular it...
Looks at different teaching methods and what works for some young people in schools – relevance, allowing the learner to comprehend the higher purpose of learning, and, involving the learner actively in the process – and what doesn’t.
Strategic planning in general – not specially within an educational context. It poses the question about choice of planning method and offers an answer that it all depends on the overall strategy. Briefly looks at different planning modes from short, medium to long‐term.
An advertorial for a company that supplies e‐learning. Tells us a little about the courses they develop and the benefits of them.
Looks at the changing face of education and where it is going. Sees many changes brought about as the global economy develops, IT moves on apace and there’s a widening range of education providers.
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