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Outlook on a New University Landscape in 2030

Sciprofile linkDominic Orr, Maren Luebcke, J. Philipp Schmidt, Sciprofile linkMarkus Ebner, Sciprofile linkKlaus Wannemacher, Sciprofile linkMartin Ebner, Dieter Dohmen
SpringerBriefs in Education pp 43-46; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44897-4_4

Abstract: Reflecting the change in perspective taken in this book, our survey put questions about institutional support, governance, quality assurance or financial issues aside. Moreover, digitization is not only a technical innovation but always a social one as well. This fundamental change of perspective leads to questions such as “What does the learner need?” that universities will have to face in the future. Within the survey, international experts were requested to assess the quantitative success of the different learning pathways, distributing current and future students among the four models. Unsurprisingly, the “new” learning paths were expected to become more important, although the actual prospective importance of these learning paths will depend on the supply and demand for academic studies, allowing decision-makers to rethink the educational designs based on the AHEAD modeling.
Keywords: survey / models / innovation / assurance / Learning Paths / Makers / experts / Ahead / taken

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