2025: A Look Into the Future of Higher Education

| June 20, 2018

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The Wiley Faculty Fellows, a group of distinguished instructors from Wiley’s partner institution network, recently looked at current trends to predict how the experiences, expectations, and needs of students and faculty may change, and how institutions and programs might evolve as a result. Click on the infographic below to learn how higher education might look by 2025.

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