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COVID-19 guts the middle: Matt Reed on higher ed, the economy, and the pandemic

How will the pandemic reshape higher education? Matt “Dean Dad” Reed offers an intriguing model in a new column.  He posits that American colleges and universities are vulnerable to COVID-19 in a way that echoes the shape of the modern … Continue reading

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What do you anticipate for 2020?

As I write this the year 2019 is on its last legshours.  The year 2020 is on its way, and it’s still impossible to hear that date and not get a science fictional buzz off of it. buy doxycycline online … Continue reading

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What is our online book club becoming?

Our online book club’s reading of We Make the Road by Walking continues.  And it’s becoming something both new and awesome. Ten days ago I tried to summarize all of the activity going on by looking at the many things fellow … Continue reading

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My monthly report: triumphs and questions

As of today I’ve been publishing my Future Trends in Technology and Education (FTTE) report for one year*.   I’d like to reflect on its progress here, then ask you all for advice on a two questions. To begin with, … Continue reading

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Looking ahead to an April Horizon

I’ll be leading a webinar discussion on the upcoming Horizon Report this April 3nd.  From 2-3 pm we’ll go over technologies, challenges, and other trends for the next half-decade in higher education. buy eriacta online buy eriacta no prescription generic … Continue reading

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Back to Digital Campus

Last week I joined Mills Kelly, Dan Cohen, Audrey Watters, Amanda French, and Tom Scheinfeldt for a podcast discussion of technology, education, and culture. This time we thought about, MOOCs, and some new devices. (Speaking of, I’m there as … Continue reading

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