Innovation for Human Development: Redesigning Higher Education
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The India, China, America Institute, Education for Innovation in India, China and America, Atlanta, Georgia, 2 March 2007, Innovation for Human Development: Redesigning Higher Education, Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning // The paper explores how connectivity and open educational resources could be combined in conducting postsecondary education at scale with lower costs and consistent quality. It also asks how governments will regulate and assure the quality of these very large postsecondary systems in the interests of protecting their citizens as consumers.
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