Unis to face high degree of change in mobile era

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GOOGLE’S chief technology advocate Michael Jones has a vision for global education in which the world’s best professors will be movie stars.

They will sell the best online courses that money and whiz-bangery can buy to universities which will charge students to be examined on their rebranded version of it.

Mr Jones says ”a mobile phone could become a university” because the point where students and educators meet is moving online. So the multibillion-dollar campus expansions under way at Australian universities might turn out to be short sighted.

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