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When Industries Change: The Future of Higher Education
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Continuing Higher Education Review Volume 65, ISSN 0893-0384

Abstract

Factors altering the higher education industry include radical change in the type of students, necessity of lifetime education, and new technologies. These factors are increasing the entry of private-sector players. Strategic university responses may be strengthening of accreditation, cost-cutting and efficiency measures, horizontal specialization, and aggressive pursuit of distance initiatives. (SK)

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Collis, D. (2001). When Industries Change: The Future of Higher Education. Continuing Higher Education Review, 65, 7-24. Retrieved February 21, 2020 from .

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