Textbook Chapters: Chapter 11: The Weight of the DNA in  The innovative university: Changing the DNA of higher education from the inside out.

Textbook Chapters:

Chapter 11: The Weight of the DNA in 
The innovative university: Changing the DNA of higher education from the inside out.

Chapter 12: Even at Harvard in 
The innovative university: Changing the DNA of higher education from the inside out.

Discussion Question:

Please provide at least a 250-word response, utilizing references from the text and/or supplemental reading. Please also be sure to respond to at least two of your peers on the forum.

In this learning module you had the opportunity to study both the power of scholarly engagement and the challenge of scholarly disengagement in the face of a great deal of change. In previous learning modules you’ve had the opportunity to evaluate some of the challenges that faculty face in trying to both maintain the quality and integrity of the program while simultaneously not being accused of being in the way of change. The authors discuss the fear of scholarly disengagement and how it can emerge and the challenge it can bring to the university or institution of higher education. Please describe what is meant by scholarly disengagement and how it emerges and likewise how it can be avoided. 

Discussion Question:

Please provide at least a 250-word response, utilizing references from the text and/or supplemental reading. Please also be sure to respond to at least two of your peers on the forum.

In this learning module you have the chance to explore some of the changes in educational programming that have emerged as a result of an era of what the authors have called disruptive change. Describe some of the changes in programing that have emerged and how it has ultimately impacted institutions of higher education.

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