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Imagine a university that …opinion

Imagine a university taking advantage of this seismic disruption triggered by a global pandemic to not tweak, but completely transform, how it provides student experiences.  Imagine that this transformation allows social and soft skills to be enhanced to an unparalleled ...

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And the answer to the million-dollar question is…

The current time is a curious mix of short-term, mid-pandemic adjustments that will be temporary, and long-term seismic shifts that will change the game forever. The million-dollar question is knowing which is which. The speculation has been widespread during the ...

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Are $50k degrees finished? opinion

Right now, public policy and university innovation appear focused on micro-credentials. Micro-credentials bring an ability to deliver smaller collections of rapidly changing and emerging new knowledge to a growing learning community, whose commitment to formal qualifications, as a sole education ...

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Back to the future: opinion

I was reminded of the past over the holidays when my kids bought me a turntable that allowed my old vinyl collection to be dusted off out of sleeves, mostly unopened since the 1980s.  I was amazed they still played. ...

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