The recent decline in for-profit college enrollments may be a bump in the road - but full scale OL is still on its way.
Teaching and learning is "The Heart of Student Success," says a report described in a Chronicle of Higher Education article.
Although its capacities to stand still and resist change are considerable, education’s most effective strategy for remaining durable is its capacity for incremental change.
I can remember the menus in mimeographed blue Courier font as if it were yesterday -- Tuesday: Sloppy Joes, Baked Beans, Fruit Cup, Milk.
Stasis is perhaps the best way to understand the Steady as She Goes scenario.
Resistance to change is one way which education maintains its durability and manifests the Steady As She Goes scenario.
In dire perpetual crisis, education must change, and it will change because it's really different this time around -- or is it?
Beyond the straw men, there is a deeper concern about the Cyberdystopia scenario which is not so easily dismissed -- what are we truly giving up when we embrace cyberized education?
Most cyberdystopian criticisms about cyberized/online education lack substance -- false dichotomies and other straw men...
In the Cyberdystopia scenario, the cyberization of education in an impending disaster -- nobody wins; humanity loses.