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Planning the Unplannable: IT Management of Anytime-Anywhere Learning — Thought Leadership Full Report: White Paper

Learning and instruction are changing in higher education, owing largely to the proliferation of consumer technologies on today's campuses. A growing number of institutions are moving away from the traditional instructor-focused teaching model to a new student-centric approach that favors a more personalized, collaborative, anytime-anywhere—from any device—learning experience. As these colleges and universities move forward, what technologies and policies should they have in place to support their academic needs?

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