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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Change Agent LeadershipLocked

From Volume 43 Number 3 | April–June 2015
Change agent leadership must identify future trends and needs, lead change agendas, invest in what makes a difference, and remain authentic and courageous.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Digitizing EducationLocked

What’s Next?
From Volume 43 Number 3 | April–June 2015
As students work with virtual cohorts, classrooms evolve into totally flexible spaces using ubiquitous mobile technology to communicate anywhere, anytime.
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The SCUP Academy Report 2014Locked

Published 2014
This report synthesizes the trends observed by more than 90 members of SCUP’s planning academies through the 2013 fall concurrent session proposal review process for SCUP’s 2014 annual, international conference (SCUP–49).
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A Resource and Planning Toolkit for Universities in AfricaLocked

From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
There is a significant gap in the level of development of higher education processes and structures between the institutions of the developing world and the well-established universities of places like North America and Europe.
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The SCUP Academy Report 2013Locked

Report on Trends in Higher Education Planning 2013
Published 2013
This report synthesizes the trends observed by more than 90 members of SCUP’s planning academies through the 2012 fall concurrent session proposal review process for SCUP’s 2013 annual, international conference (SCUP–48).
Planning for Higher Education Journal

DIY ULocked

Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education
From Volume 38 Number 4 | July–September 2010
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