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A University Landscape for the Digital World

Sciprofile linkDominic Orr, Maren Luebcke, J. Philipp Schmidt, Sciprofile linkMarkus Ebner, Sciprofile linkKlaus Wannemacher, Sciprofile linkMartin Ebner, Dieter Dohmen
SpringerBriefs in Education pp 1-4; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44897-4_1

Abstract: As the digital transformation clearly highlights the role of universities and institutes of higher education in shaping a higher education system that is more open and provides education to everyone who can benefit from it, this study seeks to analyze, in more detail, what developments are having an impact on higher education and develops future scenarios for education in 2030. The UK study Solving future skills challenges implies that the linear model of education–employment–career will no longer be sufficient in the future, requiring new combinations of skills, experience, and collaboration from educators and employers. This UK study serves as a starting point for the AHEAD trend analysis for a higher education landscape in 2030. Five premises ranging from “No naive innovation view” to “Realistic approach,” and “Diversity in higher education” provide the basis for a search for concepts for the higher education of the future.
Keywords: landscape / diversity / model / Higher education / university / Skills / digital

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