Digital Content Not King on Campus

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More than Digital Content: Long Live Your Course

Digital content may change our habits of creation, distribution, and access to course materials and other academic works on campus. But will it change our basic values of education? Here, Jack M. Wilson, CEO and founder of UMassOnline, debunks the myth that “Content is King.”

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