Ubiquitous learning could push the term ‘online’ out of education

By Tara García Mathewson, Education Dive

Craig Weidemann and Karen Pollack, provosts at Penn State University, believe the maturation of online learning and otherwise innovative models have made the delivery mode for education irrelevant. For University Business, the pair writes that we are in a new era of ubiquitous learning, and 10 years from now the “online” label won’t even exist as learning happens immersively and without location mattering much. This shift will force institutions to think about technology, facilities, and their student bodies differently, and it is happening already as a growing number of high school graduates choose alternative options for higher education.


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