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  • For Whom Is College Being Reinvented?

    The Chronicle of Higher Education - 12/17/2012

    For whom are we reinventing college?

    The punditry around reinvention (including some in these pages) has trumpeted the arrival of MOOC’s, badges, “UnCollege,” and so on as the beginning of a historic transformation. “College Is Dead. Long Live College!,” declared a headline in Time’s “Reinventing College” issue, in October, which pondered whether massive open online courses would “finally pop the tuition bubble.” With the advent of MOOC’s, “we’re witnessing the end of higher education as we know it,” pronounced Joseph E. Aoun, president of Northeastern University, in The Boston Globe last month.

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