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This presentation uses history and a number of stories to imagine the near and medium-term futures of higher education. A call to action for faculty and administrators to engage in policy reform ...

This presentation uses history and a number of stories to imagine the near and medium-term futures of higher education. A call to action for faculty and administrators to engage in policy reform around open access to research and teaching and learning materials.

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  • Nice stuff David - I like the way you argue openness as the central theme (and solution). I did a presentation on disaggregation in HE too for the open conference George Siemens and I ran - similar set of 'components': http://www.slideshare.net/mweller/digital-implications-for-universities
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