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Digital diploma mills the automation of higher education by Noble, David F.

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Published by Between the Lines in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Education, Higher -- Effect of technological innovations on -- United States -- History.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Technological innovations -- United States -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementDavid F. Noble.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2395.7 .N63 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 116 p.
Number of Pages116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19501904M
ISBN 101896357547

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Digital Diploma Mills David F. Noble 1 The Automation of Higher Education October Recent events at two large North American universities signal dramatically that we have entered a new era in higher education, one which is rapidly drawing the halls of academe into the age of automation. In mid- summer the UCLA administration launched its. I read Digital Diploma Mills back when it first came out, and since then, I have seen many of the things Noble prophesied come to pass. As the face-to-face classroom is replaced more and more by its very poor cousin, the "on-line" class, the largest piece gets taken from the educational puzzle: real-time human interaction/5.   “David Noble's Digital Diploma Mills is a work of extraordinary importance and deserves the attention of everyone who is concerned with the future of higher education, social inequality, and democracy. Written in a clear, accessible, and to-the-point style, that makes it a real page-turner.”Author: David F. Noble. Get this from a library! Digital diploma mills: the automation of higher education. [David F Noble] -- "Is the Internet the springboard which will take universities into a new age, or a threat to their existence? Will dotcom degrees create new opportunities for those previously excluded, or .