Realigning Higher Education: From Starting Them Off to Keeping Them Going

“Realigning Higher Education: From Starting Them Off to Keeping Them Going” Future Professoriate Program. Hamilton, NY.

Abstract: The recent attention to MOOCs has highlighted strains in traditional models of higher education, including cost, pedagogy, scholarly communication, the role of tenure, and the appropriate incorporation of technology into teaching and scholarship. In this presentation Prof. Lankes will explore the larger shift in higher education from preparing students for their first job, to being an institution of lifelong learning.

Slides: http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Presentations/2013/FPP-Lankes.pdf

Audio: http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/pod/2013/FPPs.mp3



Screencast:

Realigning Higher Education: From Starting Them Off to Keeping Them Going from R. David Lankes on Vimeo.

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3 Responses to Realigning Higher Education: From Starting Them Off to Keeping Them Going

  1. Terry Morris says:

    Hi David I hope your doing well, will we see you at Drumlind this weekend?. I am at the airport and I would love to be able to download this talk and listen on my flight. Anyway to do that

    Terry Morris

    • rdlankes says:

      THe audio link is just and MP3 file, so you should be able to right click on it and save it. If you want to download the video, click on the vimeo link ( https://vimeo.com/66417130 ) and below the abstract you will see a “download” button.

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