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Revolutions in higher education with Richard DeMillo: Future Trends Forum #2 notes and full recording

On February 16th we held the second Future Trends Forum.  Richard DeMillio and I, along with some thoughtful participants, explored several major forces shaping education.  Campus Technology shared some reflections. In this post I’d like to share some notes and a recording … Continue reading

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Warpping up Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education

After finishing the last scheduled chapter of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education, I belatedly realized there was an unread portion.  The book concludes with an epilogue, and I wanted to touch on it before adding some summative comments. The epilogue is quite … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: A Social Contract

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing the last full chapter, “A Social Contract.” Here DeMillo calls for a new … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 12, “Governing in the Age of Internet Empires”

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 12, “Governing in the Age of Internet Empires.” Here DeMillo focuses … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 11

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 11, “Ivory Towers.” The topic here is academic freedom, or rather … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 10

We’re coming up on the end of our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon). This week we’re discussing chapter 10, on “Brands.” The focus here … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 9, Institutional Envy

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 9, “Institutional Envy.” That title describes one half of this chapter, … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 8, against “Rankings”

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 8, “Rankings”. Here DeMillo focuses on the ways different agencies create … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 7, “Pyramids”

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 7, simply entitled “Pyramids”. Here DeMillo explores different forms of academic hierarchy, … Continue reading

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Revolution in Higher Education: chapter 6

Continuing with our reading of Richard DeMillo’s Revolution in Higher Education: How a Small Band of Innovators Will Make College Accessible and Affordable (2015) (publisher; Amazon): this week we’re discussing chapter 6. The chapter is entitled “Accessibility”, and focuses on the financial … Continue reading

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