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I-HE2020 Universities of the future

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Presentation Karl Dittrich during I·HE2020 Online Bridging Event

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I-HE2020 Universities of the future

  1. 1. UNIVERSITIES OF THE FUTURE Introduction to the theme Karl Dittrich President EQAR + OUNL/VL October 28, 2020 and the role of continuing education/life long learning
  2. 2. STRANGE TIMES COVID-19 will have influence on: • economy: bankruptcies, unemployment, government cuts • globalization: return of ‘vital sectors’ from low salary countries • mobility: lessening/decreasing • education: on line more important, hybrid systems 2
  3. 3. GENERAL POLICY ITEMS • climate, ‘green deals’ • SDG’s • accelaration of changes • acceptance of knowledge as driver for innovation • inclusion • ‘authoritarian democracy’ and the rule of law 3
  4. 4. UNIVERSITIES IN ECO-SYSTEMS universities universities + governments ‘industry’+ universities + governments ‘industry’+ universities + governments + societies ‘nature’ + ‘industry’+ universities + governments + societies triple helix quadruple helix quintuple helix 4
  5. 5. EUROPE AND ITS UNIVERSITIES DIRECTION 1: LABOUR MARKET • changing and new skills • each talent counts • digitization • continuing education/LLL • SLP’s / microcredentials: quality, recognition, stackability 5
  6. 6. EUROPE AND ITS UNIVERSITIES DIRECTION 2: COOPERATION • cooperation within and between countries • European Universities Initiative • regional development • new forms of cooperation between different actors • physical and/or vitual cooperation • academic and democratic freedom 6
  7. 7. THE ROLE OF OPEN UNIVERSITIES/ DISTANCE TEACHING/ ONLINE LEARNING THREE MAIN QUESTIONS: • what is your institutions’ view on the future of ‘life long learning’? • what developments do you see in your national HE-systems concerning the development of ‘life long learning’? (cooperation between universities and labour market/industry; development of short courses/microcredentials; skills development?) • are universities competitors in the field of ‘life long learning’ and what might be the role of the Open Universities? 7
  8. 8. OU AND THE FUTURE OF LLL • absolutely convinced of importance of LLL, but: • all universities and UAS develop programs and courses • lot of private providers and in company training • Dutch OU might be too small and too unknown 8
  9. 9. DUTCH HE-SYSTEM AND ROLE OF LLL • universities acknowledge importance, develop programs and courses, but are reticent in putting much energy in it • campus universities directed/organised towards 18-25 • cooperation started: common vision, common platform in development • large companies and SME’s ask support from HE-sector • large government funds for reskilling and upskilling • regional LLL-offers • low support for microcredentials 9
  10. 10. ROLE OF DUTCH OU • guarantee for accessibility to HE • ‘specialist’ in online education and distance learning • giving a boost to LLL • looking for partnerships • national and/or regional role? • international cooperation should be strengthened • initiator for SLP’s and microcredentials 10

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