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The Future of higher education

The Future of higher education

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Published by The Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press in Buckingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Great Britain.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Tom Schuller.
    SeriesSRHE/Open University Press series
    ContributionsSchuller, Tom., Society for Research into Higher Education.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi,113p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22010032M
    ISBN 100335097944

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    The Future of Higher Education Today, a number of innovations are forcing higher education administrators to accept the fact that post-secondary education is on the precipice of a major transformation, and it’s becoming increasingly important to think about what the industry might look like in 10 years, 50 years and beyond. The report „Future Skills – Future learning, Future Higher Education focusses on empirically determining future skill demands for higher education. The vast majority of employers surveyed for the “Future of Jobs Report” of the World Economic Forum , expects that in short term, by , the skills required to perform most jobs will.


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Original and scholarly papers in English in all conventional and. The Future of Higher Education analyzes the And yet higher education in the United States is in crisis: public funding has been in free fall; tuition has skyrocketed making colleges and universities less accessible; basic structures such as tenure are under assault.4/5.

The book offers readers both the story of this grand and sweeping idea and a blueprint for transforming higher education. Hardcover Out of Print ISBN: pp. | 6 in x 9 in 9 b&w illus. October   New book says most colleges -- and the vast majority of nonelite institutions -- are about to face severe shortage of potential students.

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The use of technology in higher education has exploded in the last twenty years. What will higher education look like in the next 20 years. Explore our library resources on the future of higher education, the collection includes articles, papers and presentations.

The Future of Higher Education analyzes the crisis in higher education, describing how a dominant neo-liberal political ideology has significantly changed the U.S.

system of higher education. The book examines the contemporary landscape of higher education institutions and asks and answers these questions: Who is able to attend college.

The Future of Higher Education explores policy, pedagogy and the student experience at a conceptual level, enabling university staff to place their own work within a wider theoretical framework and to develop their own understandings of some of the key controversies that surround teaching and learning in higher education.

The book is divided into three parts:. Jon McGee, Breakpoint: The Changing Marketplace for Higher Education (), Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University Press, pages, ISBN: In his book, Breakpoint: The Changing Marketplace for Higher Education, Jon McGee () provides a well-informed contextual palette of current and potential challenges to higher education.

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Get this from a library. The Future of higher education. [Tom Schuller;] -- Education has risen swiftly to near the top of the political agenda. Yet in education, as in so many other areas of policy, the debate in Britain has lacked a longer term perspective.

This volume. The education system of the future will undergo a transition from a heavy emphasis on teaching to a heavy emphasis on learning.

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