The Disruptive Forces That Will Transform Higher Education

The Disruptive Forces That Will Transform Higher Education
Trans-national education, algorithm mentors and for-profit universities are just some of the so-called 'disruptive forces' set to change the landscape of higher education over the next five years. But how, exactly, are these factors going to make an impact? Let's find out...
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My job in higher ed with Jeff Dieffenbach, MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili)

My job in higher ed with Jeff Dieffenbach, MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili)
This month we spoke with Jeff Dieffenbach, the Associate Director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili). Jeff  explains the role of MITili in investigating learning effectiveness, how the current traditional 60 to 90 minutes of straight learning in a classroom just doesn't fit the way we're wired as people and how universities can start adopting personalised learning on a course by course basis.
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My job in higher ed with Peggy van der Wallen, Quality Management at University of St. Gallen

My job in higher ed with Peggy van der Wallen, Quality Management at University of St. Gallen
 In order to keep her business school firmly at the forefront of business and management thinking, Peggy van der Wallen of the University of St. Gallen uses student voice to help improve processes, both academic and operational. We caught up with her recently to see how it's done
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My job in higher ed - George Yip, Imperial College London

My job in higher ed - George Yip, Imperial College London
George Yip, a professor at Imperial College London and former Dean of RSM, has had an illustrious career in academia, business and consulting. He is a champion of the ‘blended study’ teaching and learning method, and has implemented pioneering changes to the MBA programme that have resulted in higher rates of student engagement and retention.
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