Mark Taylor: Theory, practice and networked cultures

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Theory without practice is empty; practice without theory is blind. The ongoing challenge is to bring theory and practice together in such a way that we can theorize our practice and practice our theories. This has never been more important that in the moment of complexity. As we have discovered, emerging network culture is transforming the social, political, economic, and cultural fabric of life. The same information and telematic technologies responsible for a shift from an industrial to a post-industrial economy are bringing their higher education to the tipping point where unpredictable change becomes unavoidable. While it is impossible to predict the precise rate and scope of these changes, there is no doubt that in the near future colleges and universities will look very different than they do today.
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