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Many academics prefer to think of education as "work" rather than "fun". As a result, motivation in higher education rarely comes from the process itself. The author predicts this will change as the generation raised on the engagement of games no longer accepts the historical but unnecessary...
Although online learning in American higher education is growing rapidly, online degree and certificate programs are usually either general or career-oriented. Notably lacking are fully online bachelor degree programs in the traditional liberal "arts and sciences" disciplines; a recent research...
This paper projects a positive future for America and the globe within an emerging "innovation economy". The innovation economy is supported by knowledge workers and by emerging innovation workers. The authors offer examples in support of an innovation economy, stressing the development and...
One of the defining characteristics of higher education is the expectation that undergraduates will exercise some responsibility for the management of their learning. In the UK and elsewhere student self-managed learning has become more salient due to resource constraints and the increasing...
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