Cybersystemic education: enabling society for a better future

@article{Schwaninger2019CybersystemicEE,
  title={Cybersystemic education: enabling society for a better future},
  author={Markus Schwaninger},
  journal={Kybernetes},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={1376-1397}
}
Purpose This study aims to explore an exemplar of the design and application of a systemic framework for higher education. The field of application is in the social sciences and the perspective long-term, covering three generations of faculty and many generations of students. Design/methodology/approach This study is exploratory. It contains a conceptual component and an empirical component with a long-term case study from a European university. Findings A cybersystemic approach to higher… Expand
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