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Transitioning Education’s Knowledge Infrastructure - May 10th, Glasgow

Bit by bit, a data-intensive substrate for education is being designed, plumbed in and switched on, powered by digital data from an expanding sensor array, data science and artificial intelligence.

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CSEs: Are they the future for Rural Communities? A seminar with Norman Walzer

Many small rural communities in the U.S. and around the world are losing populations due to mechanization of agriculture, outmigration of young adults pursuing higher education, and an aging of the resident population. These trends led to shrinking markets for essential businesses which, combined with pending retirements of business operators, left these communities with fewer basic services needed to attract and retain populations. Further aggravating the situation is that the small businesses do not receive financial incentives or other support for their operations.

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Making higher education markets: trust-building strategies of private companies to enter the public sector

This talk focuses on the growth of the higher education industry and specifically the expansion of private companies in the higher education sector. The higher education industry consists of diverse, multiple and variegated markets. Much of the literature concentrates on markets in which universities are increasingly sellers of products and services. This research contributes new knowledge to the field by focusing on the other side of the industry, namely on how universities are increasingly buyers. It specifically focuses on the market-making processes in the time of market emergence or initial market construction and argues that trust is a key constitutive element of market relations.

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Being human in the era of the fourth industrial revolution and AI - Peter Kearns

The recent PASCAL and PIMA report on Good Active Ageing, which I edited with Denise Reghenzani Kearns, discussed the implications of the convergence of the demographic and technological revolutions. The demographic revolution with ageing populations is occurring at a time when revolutionary changes in digital technologies associated with artificial intelligence, robotics and biotechnologies are impacting on society with this impact certain to increase. How soon superintelligence arrives is a matter of lively discussion.

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Céreq News n°15, Spring 2019

Here is the latest issue of Céreq News: n°15, Spring 2019:

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100 Years and Beyond: Re-framing Radical Adult Education for the Contemporary World

Our 2019 annual RWF residential weekend will examine the contemporary status of adult education, through the lens of the Ministry of Reconstruction’s seminal 1919 Report on Adult Education.

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EXTENSION: UALL Work and Learning Network Annual Conference 2019

The UALL Work and Learning Network Annual Conference 2019, third notification and extension of call for papers - Learning for, at and through work: capturing workplace learning for transformative Higher Education.

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