Universities in Transition: The Promise and the Challenge of New Technologies
Teachers College Record Volume 102, Number 2, ISSN 0161-4681
Examines ethical and policy issues confronting higher education as a result of increasing use of new information and communication technologies for online teaching and the increasing globalization of higher education institutions and constituencies. The article questions the forced options of boosterism or rejectionism, along with other dichotomies that have characterized much of the discussion of these issues up until now. (SM)
Burbules, N.C. & Callister, T.A. (2000). Universities in Transition: The Promise and the Challenge of New Technologies. Teachers College Record, 102(2), 271.
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