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Wealth of Nations : The future impact of the Internet on higher education: Experts expect more-efficient

Pew Internet, Pew Internet, 2012년 발간

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Social,Vision · Strategy Internet on higher education 없음 Recommand Global

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요약

For a millennium, universities have been considered the main societal hub for knowledge and

learning.1 And for a millennium, the basic structures of how universities produce and

disseminate knowledge and evaluate students have survived intact through the sweeping

societal changes created by technology—the moveable-type printing press, the Industrial

Revolution, the telegraph, telephone, radio, television, and computers.

Today, though, the business of higher education seems to some as susceptible to tech

disruption as other information-centric industries such as the news media, magazines and

journals, encyclopedias, music, motion pictures, and television. The transmission of knowledge

need no longer be tethered to a college campus. The technical affordances of cloud-based

computing, digital textbooks, mobile connectivity, high-quality streaming video, and “just-intime”

information gathering have pushed vast amounts of knowledge to the “placeless” Web.

This has sparked a robust re-examination of the modern university’s mission and its role within

networked society.

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- Survey Method: ‘Tension pairs’ were designed to provoke detailed elaborations

- Main Findings: Higher education’s destination by 2020

- Change is happening incrementally, but it will not take firm hold in most institutions by 2020

- Collaborative education featuring peer-to-peer learning will become a bigger reality and will

  challenge the lecture format

 

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