Higher Education in an Era of Digital Competition : Emerging Organizational Models

@inproceedings{Hanna1998HigherEI,
  title={Higher Education in an Era of Digital Competition : Emerging Organizational Models},
  author={D. Hanna},
  year={1998}
}
Growing demand among learners for improved accessibility and convenience, lower costs, and direct application of content to work settings is radically changing the environment for higher education in the United States and globally. In this rapidly changing environment, which is increasingly based within the context of a global, knowledge-based economy, traditional universities are attempting to adapt purposes, structures, and programs, and new organizations are emerging in response… CONTINUE READING
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