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EU 2011 - Future of Higher Education

  1. 1. The Future of Higher Education – The Class of 2030October 2011 Copyright (2011) 1
  2. 2. But the world we live in changes ….A freshman in just 18 years started today… Machala Barnett born October 12, 2011 October 2011 Copyright (2011) 2
  3. 3. Thoughts for the future of a Global Christ-centered University John Reynolds Executive Vice President/CEO Azusa Pacific System of Universities and Learning Institutions
  4. 4. We’re counting on it…Meaning doesn’t change… even over 2,000 years October 2011 Copyright (2011) 4
  5. 5. The Future… Value Delivery Leadership Guild Liberal Arts Tradition Founding Mission 4-year Model TodayOctober 2011 Copyright (2011) 5
  6. 6. The Future of Higher Education Seminal Thinking Spellings Report (2006) 1. Value of Higher Education 2. Access to Higher Education 3. Affordability of Higher Education 4. Financial Aid 5. Learning 6. Transparency and Accountability 7. Innovation October 2011 Copyright (2011) 6
  7. 7. The Future of Higher Education H1: That the future of higher education will be shaped by two drivers Value Delivery October 2011 Copyright (2011) 7
  8. 8. The Future of Higher Education Trends in Higher education by Degree and Discipline October 2011 Copyright (2011) 8
  9. 9. Value Reputation 20xx The Tension 2011 Unique Identity Comparator “Street” Quality Historic reputation Global National Sustainable Legacy Performance Metrics Experience Innovation “Groundhog Day” October 2011 Copyright (2011) 9
  10. 10. Value ‒ A quick poll…… October 2011 Copyright (2011) 10
  11. 11. Value “Product” The Tension Unique Identity Comparator Currency Traditional General Studies Liberal Arts STEM/Professional Arts and Culture Performance Metrics Experience Personalized Prescriptive Market orientated Scholarly orientation October 2011 Copyright (2011) 12
  12. 12. Value Is the education the experience or the paper? Small groups of 4 discussing tensions and “products”? Three implications for EU to address these tensions Defend you agreement/disagreement on this statement 10 minute discussion/2 Minute report back October 2011 Copyright (2011) 13
  13. 13. Value Affordability 20xx The Tension 2011 A Management Model A Missional/Service Model Affordable to the potential Affordable to the elite/debt October 2011 Copyright (2011) 14
  14. 14. Value A Management Model • Strategic Agility • Hybrid performance metrics (Integrated) • Responsive to the employer sector • Market friendly/Market partnerships • Budget driven by Investment • Collaboration and Alliances • Diversification and Synergy October 2011 Copyright (2011) 15
  15. 15. Value Affordability 20xx The Tension 2011 Management Model Missional/Service Model Total Cost of Education Costs borne by the institution Plural model of Tuition “One size fits all then discount” Differential charges Semester and Fees Pay for outcomes Student debt Learner Program Four Year Commitment 12 month Campus 9 Month for majority UG October 2011 Copyright (2011) 16
  16. 16. Value The last eight words of a dying church – we have never done it like this before! Is there anything that has been discussed that warrants … Further discussion? Possible initiatives? What is the most disruptive “Value” change EU could make in identity, product or affordability that would be this team’s legacy 2050? October 2011 Copyright (2011) 17
  17. 17. Delivery The new Learner The Tension 20xx 2011 Life Long learner Event learner Mobility Static Situational Patterned Digital Natives Analog environment Customized experience Traditional/non-traditional Complete education Diploma on the wall High community/civic Service learning engagement Citizens of an information Data warehouses economy October 2011 Copyright (2011) 18
  18. 18. The New learnerDelivery Two groups – develop a profile of a learner that will be considering EU in 2030 Two groups – develop a profile of a learner who has graduated/experienced EU in a formal learning setting in 2030 15 Minutes to discuss/5 Minutes to report October 2011 Copyright (2011) 20
  19. 19. Delivery The Tutor 20xx The Tension 2011 Guide on the side Sage on the stage Student centric Faculty centric Interactive Broadcast Collaborative Individual Navigator Captain Global Local Wisdom Knowledge Outcomes Process October 2011 Copyright (2011) 21
  20. 20. The New learnerDelivery In didactic groups (2) think about how you would respond to a student who is Seeking your input about becoming a full-time faculty member in the future. What three developmental “pearls” would you give them to be successful in Higher education in the future? (Wisdom) What other thoughts would you share with them? October 2011 Copyright (2011) 23
  21. 21. Delivery Digital 20xx The Tension 2011 Customization Mass Education Online accessibility Face to face The Virtual Campus The Physical campus Digital Text Books Library/books Global faculty Local faculty Ubiquitous Tethered October 2011 Copyright (2011) 24
  22. 22. Overview Value Delivery Reputation Learner Affordability Tutor Product Digital October 2011 Copyright (2011) 34
  23. 23. Value Delivery Leadership Guild Liberal Arts Tradition Founding Mission 4-year Model TodayOctober 2011 Copyright (2011) 35
  24. 24. Eastern University in the year 2030 Two color Post-Its: On the pink clearly write one positive and insightful statement/post-it of what needs to change to prepare for the future. In bottom corner circle S/M/L for Short, Medium, Long term priority (Limited to 2 so this is the time to be discerning!) On the yellow write one statement/Post-It using what we Have discussed today, that would like to see an external stakeholder Observe in reviewing Eastern University in 2030. (Limited to 3) October 2011 Copyright (2011) 36
  25. 25. Next Steps ?October 2011 Copyright (2011) 37