Planning for Higher Education Journal

Building a New Kind of Academy

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From Volume 25 Number 4 | Summer 1997
By William Brody

In an article excerpted from his inaugural address, Johns Hopkins president William Brody examines a challenge facing all institutions, especially top-ranked research universities: how do new technologies affect institutions in their efforts to discover and disseminate new knowledge? The author suggests three possible effects: increasingly virtual campuses, expanded outlook and outreach, and greater emphasis on lifelong learning.

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