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2013 Volume 48, Number 5

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Connecting the Dots: New Technology-Based Models for Postsecondary Learning

    Chris Dede

    Advances in technology and in knowledge about expertise, learning, and assessment have the potential to reshape higher education, as well as the many other forms of learning past matriculation from... More

    pp. 32-34

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  2. Can the Current Model of Higher Education Survive MOOCs and Online Learning?

    Henry C. Lucas

    The debate about online education--and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in particular--generates much confusion because there are so many options for how these technologies can be applied.... More

    pp. 54-56

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  3. Higher Education: New Models, New Rules

    Louis Soares, Judith S. Eaton & Burck Smith

    The Internet enables new models. In the commercial world, for example, we have eBay,, and Netflix. These new models operate with a different set of rules than do traditional models. New ... More

    pp. 68-70

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  4. A New Architecture for Learning

    Rob Abel, Malcolm Brown & Jack Suess

    Higher education, is entering a period in which it is the "connections" between everything and everyone that are of importance. This development is most conspicuous in teaching and... More

    pp. 88-90

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