Implications of the Sharing Economy for Online and Blended EducationJournal of the Midwest Association for Information Systems (JMWAIS)
AbstractThe sharing economy phenomenon is disrupting traditional organizations. Sharing concepts coupled with e-Learning can and likely will disrupt higher education. We explore the sharing phenomenon and compare and contrast it with online and blended education. We conclude more effective use of sharing technologies and better course content, innovative instructional technology, and good teaching can help accredited institutions of higher education provide better learning environments as well as stronger degree programs and certifications.
Citation InformationRassule Hadidi and Daniel Power. "Implications of the Sharing Economy for Online and Blended Education"
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