In this tech age, who’s your target learner?

By Pam Buffington, eCampus News

What will university learners require in 10 years? Who will these learners be? How will they learn and what will they demand? Universities must innovate and evolve now to be prepared for the future. But how will they position themselves to be the best fit for students whose learning habits have changed with greater access to technology? The traditional lecture class has existed for thousands of years and universities take great pride in classrooms that are steeped in history and tradition, where students can attend classes in the same room where their father, grandfather, or great grandfather physically sat before them to take lessons. Yet, during this time, the world has flown by and progressed in leaps and bounds—will this traditional experience be as satisfying for the learners of this coming generation?

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