ERIC Number: ED051776
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb-1
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California Univ., Irvine. Public Policy Research Organization.
This compendious study was undertaken to consider how to deal with increasing student enrollments and decreasing higher education budgets so that students would not suffer unduly from program reductions. The study includes Part I, Perspective, considering the changing purposes and goals of higher education and recommending strategies for changes expanded upon in subsequent parts; Part II, Some Alternative Arrangements for Higher Education, with sections on A More Efficient Allocation of Higher Education's Resources, The Affluent Librarian, A New Concept of College and University Administration, U-Net - The University Network, The Urban University, and Higher Education and the World of Work; Part III, Surveys of the Current Scene, including a discussion of A Short History of Higher Education, Options and Issues Concerning Grading in Higher Education, Curriculum Change, Increase University Teaching Effectiveness, Voluntary Cooperation for Effective Resource Allocation in Higher Education, Cooperative Education in Colleges and Universities, Management in Institutions of Higher Education, Can Mathematical Models Contribute to Efficiency in Higher Education?, Allocation of a University's Resources to Instruction, Innovation in Private Colleges and Universities in California, The Computer in Higher Education, and Television in Higher Education; Part IV concludes the study with a 114 page bibliography. (WVM)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Carnegie Commission on Higher Education , Berkeley, CA.; Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: California Univ., Irvine. Public Policy Research Organization.
Identifiers: University of California Irvine
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