Online Learning, COVID-19, and the Future of the Academy: Implications for Faculty Governance and Collective Bargaining
The purpose of this article is to speculate on the future of higher education as online technology, including adaptive learning (also referred to as personalized learning) infused by artificial intelligence software, develops and matures. This is a risky undertaking since predicting the future, and in this case the evolution of technology, is difficult. While many try to predict what will happen and sometimes get it right, predicting when something will happen is far more challenging. Online and blended learning have already advanced within education, but the most significant changes are yet to come. Evolving technologies have the potential to change the traditional roles in our schools, colleges and universities to the point that many educators are reconsidering their purposes and roles as teachers, researchers and administrators.
"Online Learning, COVID-19, and the Future of the Academy: Implications for Faculty Governance and Collective Bargaining,"
Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy: Vol. 12, Article 2.
Available at: https://thekeep.eiu.edu/jcba/vol12/iss1/2
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