Campuses Matter to Students

Reports of the death of colleges and universities are premature.  Still, as the digital transformation of higher education gains momentum, traditional business models and facilities practices are being disrupted.  From office and classroom, to library and laboratory the academic experience of students and faculty members is being fragmented.

In his blog, Michael Haggans, explores the implications of these changes.  He writes that the physical campus will remain viable, but only by providing qualities that cannot be duplicated elsewhere. 





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