Published on February 19, 2014
Professor Jeremy B Williams Director Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise Griffith University Brisbane 21 February 2014
“The world of MOOCs is creating a competition that will force every professor to improve his or her pedagogy or face an online competitor … When outstanding becomes so easily available, average is over.” Thomas L. Friedman
Growth in global higher ed international enrolments will decline from 5-6% to 1.4% annually in 2020 as demand in the developed world slows and supply in emerging economies increases
“Things take longer to happen than you think they will, and then they happen faster than you think they could” Lawrence Summers
participatory authentic flexible Learner centric: student as consumer and producer of knowledge Assessment of learning grounded in reality: outcome driven learning; learning that lasts beyond the test Multi-modal in format: catering to different learning styles and different life styles
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Reduced public funding Downward pressure on price Consumers more discerning about ROI Tipping point looming ‘Retrofit’ and speed to market is critical
Online Education in the Asian Century: The Australian Opportunity Speech to the Online Education Forum Brisbane, 17 October 2012 Has argued Australia should have 10 million international students in 10 years (from <700,000) “Education is a key part of the next wave of microeconomic reform that will boost productivity and innovation and ensure Australia’s prosperity in the decades ahead. Online and electronic education have a key role to play in this reform.” “The one-size-fits-all approach has held our tertiary education sector back. The emerging online technology and innovation facilitates a progression to policies that focus on competency and mastery, allowing students to accelerate or consolidate, making the most of their time.” Rt Hon Andrew Robb, Minister for Trade and Investment
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