Seven Radical Ideas for the Future of Higher Education - An Australian Perspective

von Claire Macken
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Claire Macken Seven Radical Ideas for the Future of Higher Education - An Australian Perspective
Claire Macken - Seven Radical Ideas for the Future of Higher Education - An Australian Perspective

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This book focuses on the disruption of the tertiary higher education system as a result of societal changes occasioned by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and hastened by COVID-19. It takes the view that higher education is on an inevitable trajectory of disruption as a result of globalisation, technological disruption, and disaggregation of the formal education sector but that it must not lose sight of its central role in equipping current and future students for the new economy.

The book takes a student-centric - and big-picture approach - examining some of the biggest challenges facing massified higher education systems. The authors consider ways to achieve modern, responsive and efficient higher education systems globally that are economically sound for governments and affordable for individuals.


Claire Macken
Julie Hare
Kay Souter

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Chapter 1. The Role of Higher Education in Society.- Chapter 2. Higher Education Policy.- Chapter 3. Learning and Teaching.- Chapter 4. Learning and Teaching with Technologies.- Chapter 5. Equity and Affordability.- Chapter 6. Globalisation and Internationalisation of Higher Education.- Chapter 7. Higher Education Places and Spaces.- Chapter 8. Industry-Higher Education Relationships.- Chapter 9. Conclusions.

Addresses issues around the Fourth Industrial Revolution, lifelong learning, and technology in education

Optimistic and solution-focused approach to higher education futures

Prompts debate and discussion on the topic of disruption in higher education

Springer Singapore
Professor Claire Macken is Associate Deputy Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) in the College of Business and Law at RMIT University in Australia. She has previously held roles as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Innovation and Future Learning) at La Trobe University, as well as Associate Professor in Law at Deakin University. Claire has previously worked as a Management Consultant in the education sector in KPMG and leading Higher Education and Industry at Apple.

Julie Hare is the Education Editor at the Australian Financial Review. Before that she was the Higher Education Editor of The Australian for seven years, and before that, the Editor-in-Chief of APN Educational Media and Editor of Campus Review. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Dr Kay Souter taught and researched in English over thirty years and has held roles as Professor, Associate Dean and Director of Learning in three universities. She is an award-winning teacher with expertise in staff development and the development of future-focused learning environments. She now works as a viticulturalist on her small family vineyard.

1st ed. 2021


30. September 2021
0.235 x 0.155 x 0.008 m; 0.263 kg
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