Jugando a ser profetas: Predicciones EDU@2034

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Starting in 1990, post-secondary education entered a period of rapid change.  As communication technologies improved, the concept of distance education using audioconferencing, and later, videoconferencing, started changing the way post-secondary was delivered. No longer did students have to leave their home community to get a college diploma or university degree – some distance learners never actually set foot on a college or university campus.

The Internet, coupled with the expansion of broadband connections, escalated the change in post-secondary education by ushering in web conferencing, fully online learning, blended learning and the concept of a massive open online course (MOOC).  More than ever, many students never set foot on a campus, pursued their credentials from institutions around the world, and campus-based students used online learning as way to provide greater flexibility.

Think we have seen a lot of change since 1990? Imagine it’s 2034 – post-secondary education hasn’t seen anything yet.

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