In this WCET webcast, we discuss how the boundaries of learning and earning are intersecting in increasingly complex ways. The “traditional” approach – prescriptive pathways of degree attainment, followed by a long career – can no longer be the norm in a dynamic and rapidly changing social and economic landscape. Many of the jobs degree-seeking students will have do not even exist – and the current model too often locks out the students who stand to gain the most from higher education’s democratic promise.
Paul Marca, Principal, Parallax Global Advisors
Dave Sherwood, Co-Founder and CEO, BibliU
Michelle Weise, Author and Senior Advisor, Imaginable Futures
moderated by Dale Johnson, Director of Digital Innovation, Arizona State University
Points of discussion include:
The case for shaking up the model of degree attainment-employment-retirement.
How an extended lifetime will impact careers.
Emerging models, including Stanford Open Loop University.
The ROI of life long learners as students to the institution and employers.