Chapter 6: Changing the Paradigm for Higher Education: Driving Institutional Change
This chapter focuses on different ways of making not just personal learning innovations, but actual institutional changes. We've collected posts around themes like:
- Making alliances with other change agents
- Reinvesting in public education
- Experimentation and optimism
- Changing higher education to change the world
- Innovative organizations
- The future of related industries, such as academic publishing.
Please suggest your favorite HASTAC post about these topics using the comment feature at the bottom of the page.
James L. Morrison, Professor Emeritus of Educational Leadership at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has shared several resources with the HASTAC community related to his work with innovation and change in higher education. Please follow the links below for videos on higher ed in transition, the future of higher ed, and
His synopses for the videos are:
This wiki is for institutional change, including ideas and road maps for leading change and scaling innovation across a learning or educational institution. (NB: Please contribute to the "pedagogical innovations" wiki for innovations explicitly designed for teaching and learning and intended for the classroom. This is designed to model changed educational, disciplinary, departmental, other institutional structures and paradigms, small and large. MOOCs are one example. What are other models?)