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Infographic: The Future of Higher Education

By on February 9, 2013
Infographics, Required, Technology, Universities & Colleges

Google Doodle Trey Ratcliff via Compfight

This infographic translates Pew Surveys about how higher education will change into a tidy illustration. Our favorite section is “What’s in Store?”, which proposes two scenarios: Modest Change or Substantial Change by 2020. The Modest change scenarios is essentially what we have today. 2020 is only 7 years away, but surely change has already begun and we’ll have moved beyond status quo by then? Forty percent don’t think so.

The Future Of Higher Education

Via @Kevin_Corbett.



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