The temporal rhythm of academic life in a globalizing era

“The globalization of higher education and research is associated with a wide variety of shifts and changes, many of which (e.g., branch campuses) are debated about in relatively intense fashion. Other aspects of this transition, though, receive little attention, including the temporal rhythm of academic life; a rhythm being simultaneously maintained, extended, reduced, and bracketed …” (more)

[Kris Olds, GlobalHigherEd, 16 June]

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