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Higher Education 3.0: Knowmads Create Their Own Value!

  • John W. Moravec
  • Ronald van den Hoff
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Part of the Advances in Business Education and Training book series (ABET, volume 6)

Abstract

The future is not pre-designed. Rather, it is conversed and created as we go along. Recognizing this, John Moravec and Ronald van den Hoff engage in an imagined conversation on their ideas about “higher education 3.0” and how their visions for the 3.0 world are being actualized.

Keywords

Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge Worker Individual Knowledge Free Agent Ivory Tower 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Education Futures LLCMinneapolisUSA
  2. 2.CDEF Holding BVUtrechtThe Netherlands

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