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The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age

Subject: on-line
Date: 2009-01-01
Cathy Davidson and David Goldberg argue that higher end has been slow to recognize the changing, more open nature of learning.  "Our institutions of learning have changed far more slowly than the modes of inventive, collaborative, participatory learning offered by the Internet and an array of contemporary mobile technologies. Part of the reason for the relatively slow change is that many of our traditional institutions have been tremendously successful, if measured in terms of endurance and stability."
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