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Associations play an important role in higher education

Aaron Wolowiec

And then comes the price tag. According to their research, students and employers agree on the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace: critical thinking, problem solving, oral and written communications, teamwork, ethical conduct, decision-making and the ability to apply knowledge. But with credentialing programs, MOOCs, conferences and other online offerings, associations can fill the skills gap. trillion market (the current level of student debt in the U.S.)

Associations play an important role in higher education

Aaron Wolowiec

And then comes the price tag. According to their research, students and employers agree on the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace: critical thinking, problem solving, oral and written communications, teamwork, ethical conduct, decision-making and the ability to apply knowledge. But with credentialing programs, MOOCs, conferences and other online offerings, associations can fill the skills gap. trillion market (the current level of student debt in the U.S.)

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2018 eLearning Predictions: Updated Hype Curve

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We use our knowledge of practical use cases to put the media and marketing hype in perspective. Value-based accreditation: Continuing with the CE credit economy, we note that many CE providers are concerned with competition in the market, which we can describe in economic terms as deflation of the price of CE credit. Less abstractly, the CE business of non-profit associations is threatened by for-profit CE providers that undercut the associations’ prices.

How Associations Can Transform Higher Education

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Not many, not at the prices charged by universities today. Communication – interpersonal, public speaking, writing and digital/social media. Data analytics – Google’s chief economist said the ability to understand, visualize and communicate data will be “a hugely important skill in the next decades.”. They need to offer relevant, dynamic curriculums—accreditation requirements hold them back now from responding quickly enough to market (and student) needs.

Smithsonian Dives Deeper Into Online Learning. What Now for Associations?

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There’s no pressure, there’s no homework, there’s no exams—unlike a MOOC [Massive Open Online Course] where you have to show up on Tuesdays at 11:00,” said Edward Leon, chief brand officer at The Great Courses. First off, associations will face additional competition as more well-known institutions like the Smithsonian offer content taught by well-known experts to an audience that many associations typically engage and market to: college-educated lifelong learners.

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