'Education must not simply teach work' - it must teach life. W.E.B. Dubois
The Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) explores how new knowledge processes and economic models influence how universities teach, how individuals learn, and how employability skills are assessed and validated. To effectively address this vision, personal wellbeing, societal impact, economic prosperity, technological advancements, and related factors need to be explored.
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Professor George Siemens researches networks, analytics, wellbeing, and openness in education.
The C3L researches an individual’s lifespan of learning and applies these findings to develop new opportunities for UniSA programs.
The Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning offers an intellectually rich interdisciplinary environment to support higher degree research students.
Thinking differently about Universities, labor markets and degrees
Changing Education Symposium 2017 - George Siemens, UT-Arlington and Art Graesser, University of Memphis, speak to the larger issues of transforming higher education.