A tale of two tertiary educators: Life and death in the 21st century.
|dc.description.abstract||In the field of tertiary education, many of today's problems are paradoxically the result of yesterday's solutions. Once successful institutions can lose their position as front-runners, and may even collapse, if they don't adapt to new contexts. The experiences of two institutions - the Open Learning Agency of British Columbia and the University of Phoenix - are considered in the light of such considerations. They provide contrasting examples of adaptation to the complex and dynamic environment of the present century.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Hornblow, D. (2006). A tale of two tertiary educators: Life and death in the 21st century. In ATEM New Zealand Branch 2006 Conference, Tauranga, New Zealand.|
|dc.title||A tale of two tertiary educators: Life and death in the 21st century.|
|opnz.created||ATEM (Association for Tertiary Education Management)|
|opnz.format||ATEM New Zealand Branch 2006 Conference|
|opnz.hasVersion||Tauranga, New Zealand|