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Are universities still relevant?

Are universities still relevant? This was Sally A Illingworth's opening question during this segment on The Reboot Show.

Particularly since 2020, we've seen elevated pressure onto traditional education institutions as they're required to adapt and pivot their operating models to survive in today's global marketplace.

During this segment Luke shares his insights on how universities can collaborate with industry to ensure they remain relevant and competitive as providers but also as businesses. Amy shares her views on how leadership, in industry and education, can consider the wants and needs of learners and students as they seek to remain employable and of high value to employers.

The rise of the uneducated educator is something that was touched on during this segment as it is one of the key market forces that is driving change to traditional education models.

Panel members on The Reboot Show

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