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Why Universities May Be Doomed

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 I would agree with Eben that the point about the fate of universities as institutions is independent from your points about the educational and signalling uses of technology. I don't think that you need to establish that universities are doomed to make your points here. It can be simultaneously be true that universities persist as institutions (though perhaps changed in some ways), and that technology provides an alternative route to education and certification. It might also be true that creative use of technology can increase the amount of value that a person inside a university gets out of her time inside the university.

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Omar -- what about the lab aspect? In the counterfactual where you were working over the last few years, would you have had the time or resources to do what you are doing now?

-- AlexeySokolin - 29 Nov 2011

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