Future of Higher Education: How Technology Will Shape Learning

      This paper reports the results of a study of nearly 300 CIOs and technology leaders inside and outside of education. 

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      Average: 4.4 (7 votes)

      Higher Education in a Web 2.0 World

      As we began our work, the online lifestyle of young people going into higher education was inescapable, and those working in it had sensed a clear change in their students’ pre-entry experience. 

      The time was ripe for an informed, impartial assessment of this and what it might herald for higher education policy and strategy.

      Average: 5 (2 votes)

      Is e-learning failing in higher education?

      In particular, although there are many innovative ‘projects’, often dependent on the work of inspired and hard-working individual instructors, and although many institutions have put in place learning technology and faculty development initiatives, there appears to be little systemic change

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      Average: 2.4 (5 votes)

      UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge

      The UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge is an initiative focusing on research in and on Higher Education and Knowledge, with the objective to widen our understanding of systems, structures, policies, trends and developments in higher education, research and knowledge with a special focus on low and middle income countries. 

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      Average: 4.7 (3 votes)

      Learner engagement

      The purpose of this report is to provide educators working within primary, secondary, further and higher education with a guide to how learner voice is currently being used to shape policy and practice in education...

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      Average: 5 (1 vote)

      Implementation of ICT in Higher Education as Interacting Activity Systems

      Implementation of ICT in higher education is not a trivial process. It is however a process leading to a number of challenges and problems. 

      The paper develops a theoretical model of the implementation of ICT in higher education based on activity theory and on a case study in a Danish university.

      Average: 5 (3 votes)
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