The Future of Distance Learning

The Future of Distance Learning

Objectives

Agenda


Change Drivers

Trends

Today’s Students

Economic

Globalization

Economic

Digital Age

B-2-B Commerce Projections

"“How the economic sector..."

Information
Technology

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What Lies Ahead in Technology

The cost of computing power drops roughly 30% every year, and microchips are doubling in performance power every 18 months.

Factoid

You give the birthday kid a Saturn, made by Sega, the gamemaker. It runs on a higher-performance processor than the original 1976 Cray supercomputer.

Today’s average consumers wear more computing power on their wrists than existed in the entire world before 1961.

Beginning in 1991, companies spent more money on computing and communications gear than the combined monies spent on industrial, mining, farm, and construction equipment.

Factoid

Factoids

Factoids

E-Learning Market To Grow

Digital Revolution

Digital Revolution

Digital Revolution

Digital Revolution

Digital Revolution

The Numbers

Signals

Corporate Universities

Corporate training and distance learning will “wipe out” many of the 700 MBA programs that issue 100,000 MBAs each year.

Trends


Cost Comparisons

"The 'do nothing' universities will not survive. Universities need to adapt rapidly to the top-down influences of globalization and the new technologies, as well as the bottom-up imperatives of serving the local labor market, innovating with local companies, and providing professional-development courses that stimulate economic and intellectual growth."

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The Internet Enables Educators To:

Graduates Must Be Able To

The Changing Higher Education Environment

The Changing Higher Education Environment

The Changing Higher Education Environment

e-Book Advantages

e-Education Is a Growing Business

Postsecondary Market

Old Paradigm       New Paradigm

Old Paragidm New Paradigm

Old Paradigm New Paradigm

Summary

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