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Posted August 26, 2011
Focused audience it is excellent
As is typical for Dr. Christensen this is about disruptive innovation in higher education, and though particularly interesting to those of use with graying hair and original wire rim glasses, it may not have wide readership appeal. If you are interested in the history of Harvard College/University (Or Rick's College~~~ BYU-Idaho) this will also have an appeal. The intent was to demonstrate how each succeeded by defining and changing what each school's "DNA" was/is. For those of us in higher education it provides food for thought that is not dissimilar, though more focused on higher education, than earlier works by Dr. C. I originally got the electronic version and now I want the hard copy. One to travel and read and one to write all over the inside and to more easily search..Remember gray hair and wire rims..
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Posted April 7, 2012
Informaative/interesting. It's a manual for higher education to remain relevant in the elearning revolution. Well documented.
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Posted January 19, 2015
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