Blended and Hybrid Global Delivery of Higher Education

Iain Martin, Elearning!, Jun 28, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This aerticle purports to describe three transnational education delivery models, which it does, sort of, but the lede, as they say, is buried deeper in the story. Here's the key information: "The emerging commercial global identities of the past five years have been dominated by two characteristics. The first are models that act as a bridge between consumer and provider, Uber and Airbnb being two high-profile examples... The second would be personalization of cost vs.level of service; the budget airline model being a prime example where the basic fare simply gets you from A to B, and everything else is an extra." Unfortunately it does not go into a lot more detail here, but it offers food for thought.

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