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Transforming Higher Education Through Networked Learning
Students can no longer prepare bark to calculate problems. They depend instead on expensive slates. What will they do when the slate is dropped and breaks?
Students depend on paper too much. They no longer know how to write on a slate without getting dust all over themselves. What will happen when they run out of paper?
Students depend too much upon ink. They no longer know how to use a knife to sharpen a pencil.
Students depend too much on store bought ink. They don’t know how to make their own. What will happen when they run out?
Households Using Internet to Bank (in millions)
Higher Education in the 21st Century
An Aging Clientele for Higher Education
The Changing Higher Education Environment
Network Learning Technologies are Transforming Core Production and Delivery Processes
“…with good learning materials, effective networks, and proper support, students can learn better at home than in class.”
How Will Higher Education Look Tomorrow?
What are the issuesin networked learning?
“We is confronted by an insurmountable tidal wave of opportunity”
Author: James L. Morrison
Home Page: http://horizon.unc.edu