Online higher education is set to drive huge changes to traditional teaching and learning. The university and classroom are far from dead, but they will be very different.
Higher Education Program DirectorAndrew Norton
Andrew has worked as a policy adviser to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne and as a research fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies. He has written widely on higher education, and in the late 1990s was higher education adviser to the then federal education minister, Dr David Kemp. The Higher Education Program is funded by The Myer Foundation.
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