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The Product Is a Problem in Higher Education
Credentials awarded by colleges and universities today date to the 11th century and the birth of University of Bologna in Italy. The idea of the cap and gown, or robe, is a bit fresher, a 12th and 13th century concept reflecting the connection most graduates held at the time to the Catholic Church.
2019: Higher Education at a Crossroads
It's now been more than ten years since the onset of the Great Recession. In the years since, many higher-education institutions have simply reacted to the forces bearing down on them without any real strategy for the future; but some have seized the opportunity to respond to the issues...
The Student Revolution: A New Generation of Learners, With New Expectations
Rather than solely compete for the attention of the 3-million-plus students who graduate from high-school each year, college leaders should aim to satisfy the demand for learning among adults. The market opportunity is staggering.
New Economics for Higher Ed
When Dr. Edwards Deming returned from Japan in the early 1980s, he evangelized to American companies on the secret of Japanese industrial expansion and the virtues of focusing on market share...
On-campus delivery of several high-demand profession-focused degree categories is diminishing or disappearing altogether from many public universities.
Unlocking the Growth Potential of Online Students
Accommodation of Working Adult Needs and Expectations Is Key to Developing Competitive Online Programs.
Faculty eCommons – An Online Teacher's Idea Hub
Creating a space for faculty to access best practices and learn new skills was at the heart of the development of Faculty eCommons - a learning resource portal developed to allow instructors from universities across the globe to improve online education.
Is It Too Late to Go Online?
Several years ago, going online created major advantages—and often record program enrollments—for non-profit public universities. Today, demand for online programs...