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New blog post: Required reading for higher education leaders: Disruption in higher education; price, cost and value; trends; and, the outlook.

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For this week’s blog post I decided I to provide a list of some recent articles, which I’ve found helpful in thinking about the future of higher education. These particular articles provide interesting perspective about change in higher education. What I value about this collection of readings is how effectively it reveals that there are no straight-forward answers to the challenges we face. The collection of readings is both a sobering look at what we face and a source of inspiration of the leadership required in the coming year.

In my view, these resources are particularly helpful to leaders at small colleges. They are worth consideration and discussion.

Required reading for higher education leaders:

Apocalypse Later 

On Course—Top 10 imperatives facing higher education institutions in 2012

Lawlor Perspective—Disruptive Adaption the new market for higher education

The financially sustainable university

The innovative university—changing the DNA of higher education

Ten trends for 2013

Translating the liberal arts

Where are they now? Revisiting Breneman’s

Moody’s Investor Survey

A liberal arts consortium experiments with course sharing

 

I hope you find the list useful and I welcome your thoughts about additional resources.

 

W. Kent Barnds a.k.a. @bowtieadmission

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