5 trends transforming higher education

Performance-based funding models and the adoption of advanced technologies like augmented reality for teaching are just a few of the predictions offered by CannonDesign's higher education sector leader, Brad Lukanic.

May 09, 2014 |
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The Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah combines student residence space with 20,000 sf of incubator space, where students can develop ideas and potential launch companies. Rendering: CannonDesign

Fast Company has published an article authored by Brad Lukanic focused on "5 Bold Predictions for the Future of Higher Education.”

The article focuses on key trends CannonDesign’s education team is seeing through their work with such clients as University of Utah, University of Buffalo, Iowa State University, Spelman College and the University of Florida.

Specifically, the article looks at:

1. How universities should be thinking about multi-disciplinary curricula

2. Balancing online and traditional learning

3. Student recruitment and retention

4. Technology investment

5. New education funding models

The article has received strong social media sharing and readership. Take a few minutes to read the article and/or contact Brad for more information.

Read the full article: http://www.fastcoexist.com/3029109/futurist-forum/5-bold-predictions-for-the-future-of-higher-education#5

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