Over the past 20 years participation in higher education has been expanding rapidly across the globe, but also the expectations on higher education institutions to widen participation have increased, placing new demands on a more flexible and personal form of higher education provision. Higher education institutions (HEIs) hope to utilise the benefits of digitalisation to … Continue reading Trust in quality of higher education in a digital age
Universities UK is reviewing the future requirements for higher education and has focussed on the idea of new pathways: “The linear model of education–employment–career will no longer be sufficient. The pace of change is accelerating, necessitating more flexible partnerships, quicker responses, different modes of delivery and new combinations of skills and experience. Educators and employers … Continue reading Can higher education become more flexible to reflect non-linear career pathways?