Partnerships for scaled online learning and the unbundling of the traditional university
This special issue is about partnerships for scaled online learning and the unbundling of the traditional university. We are excited by the emerging models that are showcased; they are more diverse than we had originally envisaged. We hope this issue will be considered by readers as a valuable and timely contribution to a wider conversation about partnership and unbundling. There are clearly opportunities for creative and transformational thinking and practice as we move towards a more digitally integrated future for higher education. In this editorial, we outline the varied contributions and place them in the context of a wider discussion about higher education, for now and for a post-COVID world.
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