Planning for Higher Education Journal

Building a New Generation of Learning

Conversations to Catalyze our Construction
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From Volume 37 Number 1 | October–December 2008
By Mark David Milliron, Kathleen A. Plinske, Coral Noonan Terry
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Rather than focus primarily on the next generation of learners, the authors argue we are best served to focus on building out our on-ground and online infrastructures for a new generation of learning—blending multiple learning modes, technologies, and techniques over the course of the next 15–20 years to serve the diverse array of students from multiple generations that will be coming our way. They offer seven catalytic conversations to start this process on the topics of blended learning, mobility, gaming, social networking, holographics, analytics, and a renewed focus on the human touch.

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