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Universities in a Radically Changing World

Universities in a Radically Changing World

The HEAD Foundation continued its public lecture series on ‘Education and Societal Progress’ with a talk entitled ‘Universities in a Radically Changing World’. Delivered on March 11 by the Foundation’s Secretary-General, Professor Gordon Redding, the lecture explored how changes precipitated by the Information Revolution are affecting universities. Professor Redding identified and discussed ten issues that are of particular concern to policy makers, teachers, students and the public.

 

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