Rethinking Innovation in a Higher Education Context
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As a North American participant to this senior seminar I wish to put before us a phenomenon that to date is in some ways predominantly “American” but in other ways has become some combination of “international” and “global.” In doing so I wish to problematize both the notion of higher education (HE) innovation and that of “boundary-ness” to the extent that this sense applies to varied phenomena within knowledge environments, including HE.
KeywordsHigh Education Knowledge Society Open Online Disruptive Innovation Massive Open Online
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