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- Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, c2011.
viii, 288 p. ; 23 cm.
- Eduational innovations.
Education, Higher -- Economic aspects.
Education, Higher -- Aims and objectives.
Education, Higher -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Higher education and state.
Business and education.
- At its heart is the realization that higher education must evolve in fundamental ways if it is to respond to changing professional, economic, and technological circumstances, and if it is to prepare a vast population of students -- traditional and nontraditional alike -- for success in the coming decades. It examines the current higher education environment and its chronic resistance to change; the rise of for-profit universities; the potential future role of community colleges in a significantly revised higher education realm; and the emergence of online learning as a means to reshape teaching and learning and to reach new consumers of higher education.
Barriers to innovation un U.S. higher education
Old school: Four-hundred years of resistance to change
Creative paths to boosting academic productivity
Rethinking the professoriate
The promise, performance, and policies of community colleges
For-profit sector innovation in business models and organizational cultures
What online learning can teach us about higher education
The Mayo Clinic of higher ed
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Kathryn Faul and Joseph A. Wallace Fund.
- Ben Wildavsky.
Andrew P. Kelly.
Kathryn Faul and Joseph A. Wallace Fund.
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