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Evolving to Serve 21st Century Learners

Serving 21st Century Learners

This week, Ken Steele speaks with 10 university presidents and 2 senior administrators about the ways in which universities are evolving to meet the needs of 21st Century Learners. While it’s certainly fair to argue that the core principles of a university education are timeless, in general university... Read more

This week, Ken Steele speaks with 10 university presidents and 2 senior administrators about the ways in which universities are evolving to meet the... Read more

Adapting to Serve Part-Time Students

Adapting to Part-time Students

In the last episode, Ken laid out his case for the rise of “invisible” part-time students on college and university campuses. Now we review some of the many ways in which higher education institutions are adapting their program delivery models and services to better serve part-time and commuter... Read more

In the last episode, Ken laid out his case for the rise of “invisible” part-time students on college and university campuses. Now we... Read more

The Rise of Part-time and Commuter Students

The "Invisible" Part-time Student

Ken pulls together the evidence for a growing majority of college and university students who are “invisible” part-time students — registered full-time, for financial aid or other practical reasons, but in fact working as many as 34 hours a week. Now that the average Canadian’s work... Read more

Ken pulls together the evidence for a growing majority of college and university students who are “invisible” part-time students —... Read more

Peak Campus: 6 Converging Trends

By Ken Steele Six predictable and long-term demographic, economic, technological and political trends mean that the majority of Canadian universities will face a challenging phenomenon I call “peak campus” within the next ten to fifteen years. Some northern Canadian universities already have a taste of... Read more

By Ken Steele Six predictable and long-term demographic, economic, technological and political trends mean that the majority of Canadian universities... Read more

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