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Noam Reprinted with permission from Science, Vol. 270, pp 247-249, October 13, 1995. Copyright 1995, American Association for the Advancement of Science. By now, everybody knows about it -- about the tremendous advances in computer networks as tools of inquiry; about the free communication links among researchers around the world; about the loss of stifling organizational hierarchy and coercive governmental controls; and about the ethic of sharing information instead of commercializing it.
Technology, it seems, has created a new set of tools for academic endeavors, strengthening and enriching the existing research environment. Parts of this exciting scenario are indeed coming true. Information institutions started about 5000 to 8000 years ago when, at different places around the world, priests emerged as specialized preservers and producers of information.
None of this is new, of course. Eli M. Duplication theory of educational value. Higher education faces a value crisis.
Value is a fuzzy concept. In theory, I can purchase a $3 steak that isn’t a good value. Or a $20 hamburger that is a great value. Similarly, I could purchase a house for $500k that was a great value pre-2008 and is suddenly a terrible value in 2011. With physical objects, value is based on what you receive in relation to what you spend. The internet has a different value scheme than what we encounter with physical products, particularly in relation to input costs. Horizon Report > 2012 Higher Ed Edition. Login or Create New Account Member Spotlights RIT Launches Nation’s First Minor in Free and Open Source Software and Free Culture NMC Blog The 7 Things You Need to Openly Engage with Your Community iTUNES U Ideas that Matter and More High Quality, Free EdTech Content.
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