How can we capture the benefits of course choice while also protecting students from poor-quality course choice providers?
Historically, new innovations have the best chance for success if they deliberately decide not to start off in the big league with the most demanding applications and customers.
Established programs face competing demands from other conflicting priorities that they have developed through years of operation in the traditional system of higher education.
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